great for sprouting
great for sprouting
These chickpeas are great to sprout and eat raw.
Posted by Reviewer3155731 on Jan 29, 2009
VERY FRESH & GOOD FOR SPROUTING
soak and boil
Posted by 101010011 on Apr 05, 2010
makes a great creamy hummus
Posted by Reviewer1161896 on May 11, 2011
...at last. Not readily available in Korea so has been put to good use in some houmous
Premium staple food
Posted by robdee on Apr 30, 2012
If I could find chickpeas of this quality closer to home I would be happy. The fact is these are superior in every way (especially taste) so I get this basic staple food from iherb.com where price and quality are unbeatable. Go ahead ship my chickpeas by airmail from California to New Zealand... when I eat something all the time I want it to be the very best. I soak these for 24 hours in alkaline water (add 1/2 tsp baking soda) then rinse first and then steam gently for an hour. Keep in fridge and use in all kinds of dishes - outstanding!
Hummus is Yummus!
Posted by rabbit on Aug 09, 2012
These chickpeas are very tasty. I love the fact that they are organic. If you are used to buying canned beans, try using dried. They have a richer flavor and you don't get any extra ingredients which may or may not be good for you. You'll only get what you put into them. It's more work than opening a can, but sometimes it's worth it. I like using these in soups and especially when making hummus.
Posted by jnewbigging on Jul 16, 2013
I love chickpeas! Nice to find the organic version - I actually like everything from Arrowhead Mills. I've made hummus twice with these and it's turned out so well.
Posted by CindyW on Jun 25, 2013
Makes a great hummus! Try it with Kevala Tahini!
Posted by Reviewer1530430 on Jun 27, 2013
These are the best that I have tried. I cook them alittle longer than the directions say to get them as soft as I like them.
These chickpeas are very tasty
Posted by Reviewer2277894 on Oct 03, 2012
These chickpeas are very tasty. I add it to soup.