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Healthiest Bean According To Studies
Posted by healthysupplements on Apr 23, 2013
I love pinto beans, but recently found out that black beans are the healthiest bean there is according to studies done regarding things like highest level of antioxidants in any bean, great source of fiber and more vitamins compared to other beans. I found this out on nutritionfacts.org. In case you are curious, pinto beans came in 2nd for healthiest beans...both are considered to be good helpers in reducing bad cholesterol. Beans, if prepared and cooked properly, can be a very nutritious and satisfying "staple" food to a healthy diet. Bean Cooking Preparation Tip: soak beans in pure non tap water over night with a tablespoon or two of fresh squeezed lemon juice and drain before cooking for best results and maximum benefits from beans. This causes the enzyme "inhibitors" from getting in the way of good nutrient absorption. It also activates the good nutrient assisting enzymes for better digestion. For even better benefits from beans, soak them in pure plain water until they begin to sprout. You can then eat them as is or cook them as well. I like to use a pressure cooker to save time.
Posted by sconley on Nov 07, 2013
So happy I ordered these, can't find them in my area of Korea! They were great. The soaking and cooking went well, which means they weren't old or bad. That has happened to me before; bought a cheap bag in the grocery store only to discover they won't cook well. Great purchase! Reordering when the time comes.
Posted by Reviewer1283737 on Nov 09, 2013
Yay for black turtle beans. How can you go wrong?
Yet to use
Posted by 5166423602381127049 on Aug 06, 2014
I love Bob's Red Mill pinto beans, haven't use these black ones but I trust they are good!
Bob's Red Mill, Black Turtle Beans, 26 oz (737 g)
Posted by 4857543542060392522 on Dec 23, 2014
they are black beans
Posted by Reviewer1100441 on Dec 03, 2013
no stones, no dud beans. these are legit. sometimes they cook up a bit dry. maybe that's my cooking, or maybe its the flimsy bag.
the beans split when cooked
Posted by 5491093967837849212 on Jun 28, 2016
I'm not sure if it's the norm but almost all the beans have their skin broken and it makes for more of a mushy black bean rather than having them whole
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