Black Beans | 25 LB
Black Beans | 25 LB

Black Beans | 25 LB

$59.95

Clear Creek Black Beans are sourced from a Washington State farm. Locally grown, Pacific Northwest products like our bulk black beans are the perfect pantry staple.

Our black beans are grown in some of the richest soils in the Pacific Northwest, producing a fresh taste and texture. Dried black beans are easy to use in the kitchen, without prior soaking they cook within 45 minutes, though the time can be shortened if pre-soaked. These beautiful beans have a dense meaty texture and hold their shape well after being cooked. They are amazing in black bean burgers, turkey black bean chili, bean burritos, and refried black beans.

 

HOW TO COOK: BLACK BEANS

1 Cup Dry Black Beans

5 Cups Water

Rinse the beans and add 5 cups of water to a pot. Bring water to a rolling boil and add beans. Simmer for 45-60 minutes or to desired tenderness. Drain well.

Check out our favorite Black Bean Burger Recipe here!

HOW TO SPROUT: BLACK BEANS

1 Cup Dry Black Beans

Rinse beans in cold water, then drain a total of three times. Transfer drained beans to a 1 quart glass jar and cover beans with cold water. Cover the jar with a paper towel and secure with a rubber band then let sit 12 hours.

Drain beans and re-cover, letting sit at room temperature. Rinse and drain the beans 1-2 times daily until sprouted.

Dry black beans are a great source of fiber, folate and potassium. Our beans are Non-GMO, Vegan, Kosher and Non-Irradiated, so they will sprout!

How to Cook

HOW TO COOK: BLACK BEANS

1 Cup Dry Black Beans

5 Cups Water

Rinse the beans and add 5 cups of water to a pot. Bring water to a rolling boil and add beans. Simmer for 45-60 minutes or to desired tenderness. Drain well.

Check out our favorite Black Bean Burger Recipe here!

HOW TO SPROUT: BLACK BEANS

1 Cup Dry Black Beans

Rinse beans in cold water, then drain a total of three times. Transfer drained beans to a 1 quart glass jar and cover beans with cold water. Cover the jar with a paper towel and secure with a rubber band then let sit 12 hours.

Drain beans and re-cover, letting sit at room temperature. Rinse and drain the beans 1-2 times daily until sprouted.

Nutrition Facts

Dry black beans are a great source of fiber, folate and potassium. Our beans are Non-GMO, Vegan, Kosher and Non-Irradiated, so they will sprout!