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Organic Aduki Beans, Water, Kombu Seaweed
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Reviews For Organic Aduki Beans (2-pack)
Based on 5 Reviews
Best low sodium beans
Great tasting & low sodium as well. I use these beans in my chili. This is the only brand and beans that I use in my chili.
This was my first experience eating Aduki Beans and I was pleasantly surprised. Nice meal accompaniment.
Eden Foods is always good
I like these beans for chopped salad. Very nice.
If you aren't a meat eater, or you've been trying to cut down some of your meat consumption, you will want to find an array of foods containing protein to make up for the loss. Beans are one of the best alternatives, and there are numerous types of beans, add aduki to your list, for something different! I love them.
- TT Smith
Think of these like kidney beans, they have many uses. I use my aduki beans in salads, in soups, and I like them in my chili, just to change things up. They can pretty much be used in anything you would use kidney beans in, and they taste great. Beans are an excellent source of protein.
- Randy VanHome
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