Organic Lentils

15 oz can

Retail Price: $2.79


Our Price: $1.95 (Save 30%)

15 oz can

Why You’ll Love It

Green lentils are one of the best plant-based protein sources around, but cooking them yourself can be time-consuming and frustrating. Luckily, Westbrae Natural Organic Lentils take all the hard work out of the equation. These canned lentils are ready to eat right away—try them with curry sauce and spinach, or make them into a veggie burger.
SKU: 074873163308

About This Brand

Vegetarian foods including beans, soups, pastas, vegetables, and more. The Westbrae Natural StoryWhen the original founders of Westbrae Natural opened the doors of their retail grocery store in 1970, Bob Gerner and Kristin Brun offered their customers homemade granola, organic vegetables from Bob's garden, organic fruits from local farmers and whole grain baked goods using Kristin's recipes.In the late 1980s, Westbrae Natural was sold to a group of food-savvy investors. No longer a retail business, the company (now located in southern California), continued to grow. The Research and Development Department expanded the Westbrae Natural line and achieved leadership in the natural products industry!Available in natural food stores as well as mainstream supermarkets, Westbrae Natural's array of vegetarian foods includes beans, soups, pastas and vegetables. In addition, customers can find condiments, Japanese ramens, rice cakes and wafers, and yummy cookies, all made with integrity and the...
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Ingredients

Water, organic lentils, sea salt.


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Serving Size 1/2 cup (130g) Servings Per Container about 3

Amount Per Serving

Calories 100 Calories from Fat 0

% Daily Value*
Total Fat 0g 0%
Saturated Fat 0g 0%
Cholesterol 0mg 0%
Sodium 150mg 6%
Total Carbohydrate 17g 6%
Dietary Fiber 9g 37%
Sugars 2g
Protein 8g

Vitamin A 0%
Vitamin C 4%
Calcium 2%
Iron 15%

Reviews For Organic Lentils

Based on 10 Reviews

Brown lentils

Great canned lentils. My Lebanese lentils recipe turned out wonderfully and much quicker than using the ones in the bag.

- Heather

Westbrae is dependably good.

Use these for soup or any recipe that calls for lentils.

- Wendy

Westbrae Lentils

You can't go wrong with Westbrae products. Quick, convenient, organic, and priced so low. Perfect.

- Lisa

Organic Lentils

SOO good for us - just made vegetarian chili - great flavor, great texture. Just ordered black lentils and can't wait to try them!

- Mary O'Meara

Great

The main reason I bough this product was to avoid PCBs but as it turns out, these are firmer and tastier than Goya.

- Linda

Great protein

I eat lentils straight out of the can for a great protein snack that has very few calories, no sugar, low sodium and is all natural.

These lentils have nothing added that is artificial, so they taste meaty and are a great way to eat healthy. I alternate between these and garbanzo beans, and they are nutrient rich enough that they're my legume of choice before I hit the gym or go running.

- Troy Arnold

Big fiber content

I like these lentils, primarily because they add fiber and protein to my diet, and they taste good. They're good added to soups and stews, or tossed onto a healthy salad to give them an added texture. They are also good right from the can, or mixed into brown rice pasta to make a cold salad that's filling enough for a meal.

- Terri Anderson

Better-than-Average Lentils

Lentil beans aren't my favorite, but even despite that, these beans from Westbrae taste a whole lot better than the Lentils I'm used to. My usual lentils have a pretty bland flavor that makes them, well, not very exciting to eat to say the least. The sodium is totally reasonable while the protein and fiber, like most beans, is really high. It's a good treat, and I love to munch on it at the end of the night when I feel like I haven't been eating enough nutritious food throughout the day.

As a note, the cans do not have BPA lining.

- Julie T.

Salty but good

As someone cutting sodium out of their diet for health reasons I find that these still seem to have too much salt in them for my taste buds. Other than that they are a good brand and a good food. I still eat them sometimes, I just make sure that they are in something bigger, like a soup or some sort of dish where the sodium blends with the rest making the content seem less.

I do think anyone that isn't worried about a little salt would really enjoy them!

- Carson Reyes

Lentils for protein

I read somewhere that lentil are a great source of protein. My family and I have been trying to cut back on our meat intake so we have been adding more beans and lentils to our diet. These lentils are very tasty and work great in many dishes. We love to make lentil soups with them.

We've found some amazing recipes that use lentils and we've enjoyed experimenting.

- Ron Lebree

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