iHerb Customer Reviews
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Posted by thrivefitwaffles on Nov 16, 2015
the reason why i order uncooked beans is becasue beans coming from cans often contains many heavy metals and preservatives. though it is a burden cooking the beans
Largest, creamiest beans I've found
Posted by 5716974624379924248 on Jun 17, 2015
These beans are worth the extra money. They grow a lot when soaked and even more when cooked in a pressure cooker. The result is a large, creamy textured bean. Supermarket beans have disappointed me in quality and end product. I will continue to use this brand without hesitation.
Posted by 5536595171908109527 on Feb 21, 2015
I use these for making batches of homemade chili. Just delicious and high quality!
Good and multi-use!
Posted by Reviewer1717014 on Dec 11, 2014
These are convenient if you want to use some, store some and need different quantities for different dishes. They do need to soak awhile to get soft, but if you're grinding them to a flour, they are pretty dry (a little hard, so patience!). They are delicious in all of my dishes so far!!
Posted by 5036896047676677538 on Oct 26, 2014
Beans, beans, they're good for your heart. The more you eat em' the healthier you are :)great for sprouting!
Posted by 4614083840905620747 on Sep 15, 2014
I bought this to eat with rice and using for Salad. I think it is very good for health.
Great for soup too.
Posted by 5325787562753478247 on Sep 08, 2014
My husby makes tomato based veggie soup with all kinds of beans for work. We both love these beans and we prefer to have a little bit hard texture than too soggy.
Posted by Reviewer2569519 on Feb 12, 2014
We soak them over night and make hummus the next day.
Good value chickpeas
Posted by 4890758919707696264 on Dec 02, 2013
Although not as convenient as their tinned counterparts, these chickpeas are versatile and great value.
Posted by sconley on Nov 19, 2013
I can't get these in the store where I live in Korea. Glad to find them on here for a good price. They turned out great in the crock pot. Especially after throwing a bit of baking soda into the mix if you want a fantastic texture for hummus.
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