Prized for their high protein and fibre content, black turtle beans are naturally gluten free and because of their meaty texture, they frequently appear in classic dishes and work well in stews, sauces, salads and side dishes. Remember to soak overnight before cooking
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Helps blood cell formation and function (iron and vitamin B9)
Helps protect cells from damage and is important for healthy bones (manganese and phosphorus)
Aids your energy creation, immune system and nervous system (copper)
Supports a healthy immune system and aids in wound healing (zinc)
What goes in.
Organic black turtle beans
What's kept out.
Pesticides, insecticides, and fungicides.
Did you know?
Did you know most beans need to be soaked prior to cooking? Like all whole grains, these nutritional gems have an outer shell containing anti-nutrients that our bodies find difficult to digest. Rinse them off (and boost the vitamins, minerals, protein and antioxidant levels) by soaking the barley for at least 2-4 hours before whipping up your meal.
Product of China and packed in Australia.
Before cooking, soak overnight in enough water to cover the beans. Drain water and replace it with fresh, cold water for cooking. Bring to the boil then reduce heat and simmer for 2 hours, or until tentde Add more water if needed.
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