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Black Turtle Beans

Regular price $5.75
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Non-GMO, Raw, Vegan, Bulk, Product of Canada    

The black turtle beans are a small, nutritious, and flavorful variety of the common bean. Black turtle beans are small, black or dark violet, oval or round, and glossy beans with a white spot on one side. Black turtle beans are also known as simply as black beans.

Raw black turtle beans are incredibly dense in nutrients, containing only 11% of water. Black turtle beans can double in size after being cooked. The average serving size of these beans per one person is 35g great source of most B-complex vitamins rich in various minerals.

Black turtle beans are versatile in the kitchen and can be boiled, canned, refried, pureed, baked, etc. Black beans can also be added to a salad or used to make a dip.

Black turtle beans, having a mild taste and a soft texture, are used as an ingredient in many dishes. In Mexican cuisine, black turtle beans are often used in burritos, tacos, and enchiladas. 

Why Black Turtle Beans? 

  • Dense in nutrients, containing only 11% of water
  • Great source of protein, especially in diets low in meat and dairy
  • Very low in fats
  • Naturally, as a plant product, contains no cholesterol 

Origin 

Grown in the Canadian Prairies 

Cooking Instructions

Before use, dry black turtle beans can be soaked overnight by adding three cups of water to one cup of black beans and optionally adding a teaspoon of salt. This makes the cooking process faster the next day.

Beans can also be soaked quickly before use by boiling the beans soaked in water for two minutes and letting them rest for two hours. However, this method of soaking can break down the beans during the cooking process.

The actual cooking process of the beans includes bringing the pot of black turtle beans with water to a boil and letting it simmer for around two hours while stirring.

Storage

Store in a sealed container in a cool dry place. They can keep for up to one year like this.

Once cooked, store in refrigerator for three to five days.

Cooked black turtle beans can also be frozen for longer storage and can stay in the freezer for up to 6 months.

Disclaimer: this information is for educational purposes only. It is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. This product has been packaged in the same facility as wheat, tree nuts, barley, and other potential allergens. 

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Non-GMO, Raw, Vegan, Bulk, Product of Canada    

The black turtle beans are a small, nutritious, and flavorful variety of the common bean. Black turtle beans are small, black or dark violet, oval or round, and glossy beans with a white spot on one side. Black turtle beans are also known as simply as black beans.

Raw black turtle beans are incredibly dense in nutrients, containing only 11% of water. Black turtle beans can double in size after being cooked. The average serving size of these beans per one person is 35g great source of most B-complex vitamins rich in various minerals.

Black turtle beans are versatile in the kitchen and can be boiled, canned, refried, pureed, baked, etc. Black beans can also be added to a salad or used to make a dip.

Black turtle beans, having a mild taste and a soft texture, are used as an ingredient in many dishes. In Mexican cuisine, black turtle beans are often used in burritos, tacos, and enchiladas. 

Why Black Turtle Beans? 

  • Dense in nutrients, containing only 11% of water
  • Great source of protein, especially in diets low in meat and dairy
  • Very low in fats
  • Naturally, as a plant product, contains no cholesterol 

Origin 

Grown in the Canadian Prairies 

Cooking Instructions

Before use, dry black turtle beans can be soaked overnight by adding three cups of water to one cup of black beans and optionally adding a teaspoon of salt. This makes the cooking process faster the next day.

Beans can also be soaked quickly before use by boiling the beans soaked in water for two minutes and letting them rest for two hours. However, this method of soaking can break down the beans during the cooking process.

The actual cooking process of the beans includes bringing the pot of black turtle beans with water to a boil and letting it simmer for around two hours while stirring.

Storage

Store in a sealed container in a cool dry place. They can keep for up to one year like this.

Once cooked, store in refrigerator for three to five days.

Cooked black turtle beans can also be frozen for longer storage and can stay in the freezer for up to 6 months.

Disclaimer: this information is for educational purposes only. It is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. This product has been packaged in the same facility as wheat, tree nuts, barley, and other potential allergens. 

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Henriette Goode

Wonderful product.

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h.d.

나는 이 제품에 대해 매우 만족합니다. 검정콩의 상태도 매우 우수하고 그리고 배송기간이나는 이제품에 대해 매우 만족합니다. 우선 가격도 적당한것 같고 품질 적당한 것 같습니다. 고맙습니다.

I am very satisfied with this product. The condition of the black beans is also very good, and I am very satisfied with the delivery period and this product. First of all, the price seems reasonable and the quality seems reasonable. Thank you.

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Sonia Cosgrove
Best ever!

Clean, well packaged and healthiest looking black turtle beans I have ever purchased anywhere. Even better is that they are sourced from a few provinces away from where we are. That is as local as we can get. I highly encourage you to try them.

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joanne

I so appreciate the fact that we can buy them in bulk thank you a little expensive but thank you

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Zsuzsanna O.
Great

I love this beans, very good product