- — Kosher, Raw, Sproutable, Vegan — Dried Beans — Rich in Magnesium, Phosphorus, Potassium, and Folate
Pinto Beans originated in Mexico over 7000 years ago, yet to this day they remain to be one of the most popular beans – and for a good reason! Food to Live Pinto Beans are Kosher, Raw, Vegan, and Non-GMO Verified. Our premium quality beans are sproutable, and present with a high germination rate. Moreover, they’re absolutely delicious, versatile, and have an impressive nutritional profile.Nutritional Value
Pinto beans are dry beans with reddish-brown specks. They are well known to be an affordable source of vitamins and minerals that can offer outstanding health advantages. Dried Pinto Beans boast an incredible amount of nutrients, for example, Thiamine (vitamin B1). It is a vital vitamin in helping your body convert food into energy. Moreover, they are packed with Magnesium, Folate, Potassium, Phosphorus, Iron, B vitamins, Calcium, and Zinc (minerals beneficial for blood sugar control and heart health). Additionally, in comparison to canned pinto beans, dry pinto are free of cholesterol and additives, and are low in fat and sodium.
Please note that Pinto Beans predominantly consist of protein, fiber, and carbs, which makes them not a keto-friendly ingredient.Versatility Uses in Cooking
Pinto Beans taste of earthy and nutty notes and are effortless to cook. They have enough versatility to be served with mac and cheese, mashed potatoes, fried chicken, meat, and vegetables. Pinto Beans are commonly used as the main ingredient for making tacos, burritos, soups, or for chili. Due to their mild flavor, they can replace Navy beans in different recipes; they also work well as an alternative to Great Northern Beans, or Cranberry Beans, which are a bit larger in size.
When properly stored, Organic Pinto Beans in bulk have a shelf life of up to 4 years. Keep them in a tightly closed package or container, in a cool dry place.How to Cook Pinto Beans
Soak Pinto Beans in water overnight, then fill the pot with fresh water in a ratio of 1 cup of beans to 3 cups of water. It will take about 40-60 minutes of simmering to fully cook in a pot. Of course, they are way faster to prepare in an Instant Pot (only 15-20 min). In case you use a crockpot or a slow cooker, it will take 5-6 hours on low heat, and about for 3-4 hours on high.Ingredients: PINTO BEANStorage Time: Up to 4 yearsCountry of Origin: the USAPackaged in: the USAStore in: Cool, Dry PlaceAllergy Info: Packaged in a Facility That Also Processes Tree Nuts, Wheat, and Sesame