Bob's Red Mill Garbanzo Beans are also known as chickpeas or ceci beans. Found in Mediterranean, Indian, and Middle Eastern dishes, these popular beans provide a hearty, "meaty" texture to your dishes. Their texture is firm and flavor is mild and nutty. They're great for warm or cold salads, soups, curries, dals, and as a meat substitute in burgers or tacos. They may be best known for their starring role in falafel and hummus. Roasted garbanzo beans are also a satisfying snack.
Case of Four, 25 oz. bags (6.25 lbs. total)
Vegan/Vegetarian; Kosher Pareve
10g protein per serving
Excellent source of dietary fiber (9g per serving)
CHICKPEAS are also known as garbanzo beans. They are an excellent source of fiber and combine perfectly with a variety of seasonings to produce Mediterranean falafel, creative soups and nutritious salads.
U.S.A. Grown| Sample Pack: 1.5 LB of Garbanzo Beans, 1.5 LB Pardina Lentils, 1.5 LB Green Split Peas (4.5 LBS total | 100% Non-Irradiated | Certified Kosher Parve | Non-GMO Project Verified |Identity Preserved (We tell you which field we grew it in)
Manufacturer: Palouse Brand
Brand: Palouse Brand
Buy our Preium Legumes grown from the fertile soil of Washington State. The Mader family has been involved in agriculture for five generations. Our farm operations span across the south east part of Washington State and are headquartered in Pullman, WA. In 2001 we acted on an opportunity to add a grain and legume cleaning facility to our operation. Our Cleaning Facility, Palouse Trading is located in Palouse, WA - just a short drive from Pullman. Palouse Trading was originally named Wallace Grain and Pea when it first opened its doors in the 1930's. The plant was designed for quality not quantity and has cleaned legumes and grains for the international market and domestic consumption. Our food is appealing to our consumers because of its nutrition, aesthetics and traceability to our farm. Each bag of food comes with a QR Code that allows you to see harvest details of your food, seeding dates, the field we grew it in, and more. All of our products are certified Kosher Parve, Non-GMO Project Certified and our farming methods are Certified Sustainable by the Food Alliance. Our foods are different because Steve & Kevin Mader plant, harvest, clean and package at our own facilities in Washington State - there are few if any companies that can track your food and details of your food back to the field like we do.
We live in a difficult world. One, which is hazardous, unhealthy and detrimental to life in all its forms. Take for instance, the pesticide levels in our farms which in turn finds its way into the earth and from thereon into the water & food. Notwithstanding the fallacy of more pesticides-better yield. Today it is a well-known fact that the excessive use of pesticides has created resistant organisms and even harmful mutated ones. All of which means the farmer sprays more & more pesticides every year to keep the pests at bay.
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