Member's Mark Black Beans (12 lbs.)
Member?s Mark black beans are small and round in size and grown largely in Michigan. These earthy flavored, shiny, black beans are beloved in Mexico, Central and South America and all over the Southwestern US. They have been a staple in the diets of Central and South Americans dating back at least 7,000 years.
Black beans are popular in salads, soups and burritos. The 12lb package is perfect for home use as the beans can be stored in an air tight container for up to 2 years. If you want to prepare dried beans ahead for the convenience of a can, Member?s Mark black beans can be cooked in the slow cooker until they are ?al dente? and then frozen in portion size containers for that same convenience.
Black beans are kosher, fat free, gluten free, and an excellent source of protein and fiber. Eating three cups of beans per week is recommended by the USDA because they are a nutrient dense, fiber rich, plant based protein.
How Can You Add More Beans to Your Diet?
Getting three cups of beans in your weekly diet is easy and fun. Some suggestions are to serve them lightly seasoned as an earthy side dish. You can also add them whole to your favorite soup or toss them in a summer salad for an extra protein kick. Experiment with pureed beans as the basis of dips and spreads. Also try them as a topping on your baked potato or as a substitute in traditional chili.
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