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Water, organic black lentils, sea salt.
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Reviews For Vegetarian Organic Black Lentils
Based on 8 Reviews
Our family loves these lentils. Spiced up as a side dish; in soups; in dips - they taste delightful!
Westbrae is dependably good.
Use wherever you want lentils. Enjoy!
There's a reason that the 1st ingredient is water. It is half water. The lentils taste good. Best to add with rice or quinoa.
Made soup and it was delicious
Great With Breakfast
When making Huevos Rancheros I always warm up black beans on the side. I replaced them with black lentils and seasoned them the same way. O M G. THESE ARE THE BEST. Add a little cumin, salt, onion powder, garlic powder and warm up. Yum yum.
These lentils are a real time saver! If I don't have time to soak them over night it's okay. They never come out hard and I have yet to find a "stone" in them at all. Good in soups, sides, and alone. Greatly recommend trying them, especially if you lack in time.
- Naomi M
Great for soup
It's starting to get colder, so I'm on here to pick up my lentils for the winter. These are really great for soup and Lentil soup happens to be a favorite in our home. This brand in particular we love because they are organic and I don't have to soak them if I don't have the time. (though I prefer to!) They make meal time easy and taste delicious when mixed with veggies and seasonings in a delicious vegetable broth. Add some rice to complete the recipe and you're ready to eat! A great product!
- Barbary Burks
Quick fiber and substance
These are great, BPA Free can, a nice fundamental product that's very plain but saves so much time! Prefer to soak my lentils but sometimes, especially traveling or camping, this product comes in handy. Add to a grain and it's a complete protein. A nice change from beans.
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