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Spanish Brown Pardina Lentils
These small but tasty lentils are bursting with flavor. Our lentils cook up in 25 minutes - firm, not mushy. The hearty lentils pair well with soups, lentil salads, sprouted lentil recipes, can even be used in cakes and don’t forget about Lentil Sloppy Joes! They can also be used as seed because we do not irradiate our foods.
Our garbanzo beans are field traced and fresh! These powerhouse protein packed beans make delectable hummus, falafel, sprouted garbanzo bean recipes, chili, salads and more! Our family can't get enough of roasted Garbanzo Beans or Chickpeas. We love a fresh hummus and homemade chili full of these tasty treats. Customers rant about these beans and their freshness - they constantly tell us these beans taste better than canned garbanzo beans.
Green Split Peas
Our green split peas are full of flavor and can be simmered into a pot of delicious pea soup or cooked with sautéed onion and garlic as a family meal favorite. Come home from a long day's work with the aroma of split pea soup cooking in the crock-pot. Our peas are split in our wet splitting machine and shined to a perfect sheen in our polisher using steam - the old fashioned way.
Hard Red Wheat Berries
Our wheat berries are commonly known for making beautiful hearth breads, bagels, rolls and more. Our customers also use these wheat berries as a rice substitute and as a crunchy topping on salads. Wake up in the morning to a warm breakfast cereal after these have been cooking in the crock-pot overnight - add brown sugar and cream with fresh berries to start your day off right.
Hard White Wheat Berries
You have found your source for home made flavorful tortillas. The dough can easily be stored in your freezer. Hard White Wheat Berries can also be ground to make wonderful pizza crusts, muffins, bread sticks, Asian noodles and cookies. This is our family's favorite wheat berry as we love to enjoy home made tacos, burritos and all things Mexican food.
Soft White Wheat Berries
Our Soft White Wheat Berries are used primarily in pastry flours and is sweeter than the hard white and hard red wheat berries. Try them in biscuits, blueberry pancakes, pizza dough and sugar cookies. These wheat berries are perfect for getting whole wheat nutrition with all-purpose flour baking properties.
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