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Organic garbanzo beans.
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Reviews For Organic Garbanzo Beans
Based on 3 Reviews
Fantastic garbanzo beans
I eat very little animal protein and no dairy, so I depend on nuts, and legumes mainly for my protien. I am quite sensitive to metals (have had to do a lot of heavy metal detoxing in the past and now I just minimize what comes in to the best of my ability). Therefore I don't eat canned food at all. I make the entire package at once, use some fresh, and freeze the rest in ziplock bags for later. Soaking beans for around 3 days (change the soak water every 24 hours) makes them very digestable and you won't have any of the gas-issues even if you eat a lot of the beans (at least that's the case for me). I do that whole soaking business, cook my beans on low-heat overnight with a lead-free slow-cooker, let it cool of when finished, and then I measure it out into ziplock bags. Some recipes call for 1/2 a cup, some call for 2 cups, etc. so I measure different quantities into snack or sandwich ziplock bags. When I'm done, I label them so I know what's what (size), stick them all in a big freezer bag, and then I'm set for all my recipes that call for garbanzo beans for the next few months. It does take time compared to just opening up a can, but if you're sensitive to metals, it's definitely worth the effort, not to mention it saves a good deal of money. Thrive's price is unbeatable too.
These garbanzo's make the best hummus! Love em'
Well worth the soaking time
These are great beans, but you will have to soak them overnight so you don't spend hours cooking them up. But once you've done that prep work, these are likely going to be the best garbanzo beans you ever have. They are rich, full of flavor, nutty tasting and great for promoting digestion. I like to season them with paprika, and basil and then eat them as a side with whatever dish I'm having.
- J Gile
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