Brown Lentils | 3 LB

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Palouse Brand Brown Lentils, 3 pounds,  non-gmo lentils,  Washington grown
Palouse Brand Brown Lentils, 3 pounds,  non-gmo lentils,  Washington grown
Brown Lentils | 3 LB
Brown Lentils | 3 LB
Brown Lentils | 3 LB
Brown Lentils | 3 LB
Brown Lentils | 3 LB
Palouse Brand Brown Lentils, 3 pounds,  non-gmo lentils,  Washington grown
Palouse Brand Brown Lentils, 3 pounds,  non-gmo lentils,  Washington grown
Brown Lentils | 3 LB
Brown Lentils | 3 LB
Brown Lentils | 3 LB
Brown Lentils | 3 LB
Brown Lentils | 3 LB

Brown Lentils | 3 LB

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Palouse Brand grows a variety of small brown lentils called Pardina Lentils which are difficult to find in North American grocery stores. Our 3 pound bag is 100% cotton, making this packaging plant-based, environmentally friendly and reusable. The ink printed on the bags is also water based and environmentally friendly. 

Our Pardina lentils are extremely versatile and hold their shape while cooking. You can use them in your baked goods or even as an alternative protein and have delicious foods to share. Our absolute favorite lentil treat is this amazing Carrot Cake. Palouse Brand lentils are triple cleaned in order to bring the highest quality product to your kitchen. Our lentils are some of our best sellers thanks to their versatility, high protein content and sustainability.

 

Featured Recipe: Lentil Lettuce Wraps

Our vegan sloppy joes are a delicious and nutritious replacement for meat sloppy joes. They are healthier, vegan, gluten-free, tasty, filling and satisfying.

How to Cook Lentils

Rinse lentils, add 3 cups of water to a pot. Bring water to a rolling boil, add 1 cup of lentils, then simmer for 15-20 minutes or to desired tenderness. Drain well.

More Lentil Recipes

Find more nutritious lentil recipes for lunches and easy weeknight dinners. From hearty soups to vegan enchiladas, these tender legumes make healthy dinners.

Lentil Field Map

Date seeded: 05-16-2022
Date harvested: 10-05-2022
Rainfall: 24.86

We are excited to share our 2022 Brown Lentil crop with you. The Palouse region experienced eight more inches of rain than the previous crop year allowing us to continue to provide our customers with a high quality product.

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Grown with you in mind

Palouse Brand is a 5th generation, family-owned and vertically integrated farm that grows, cleans, processes, packages and ships premium legumes and grains directly to consumers. We grow our own products in Eastern Washington and provide information like field location, crop photos and harvest dates. We work hard to include our customers in every aspect of our farm to table process.

Beyond our passion for farming, we value helping people live healthier. We strive to support our customers’ pursuit of health by providing premium nutrient-rich products, transparency, recipes, guides, and five star customer service.

Starts in the field

Chuck has worked at the farm as our resident mechanic since 1981. Born and raised in Pullman, he and his wife have also raised their two sons here and are now getting to enjoy time with their grandchildren. Over the many years, they have loved the family centered environment of the farm, becoming family themselves.

His deep love of farming brought him to work on our farm all those years ago and he has always looked forward to the harvest season, where he can see the year’s hard work come to fruition. He enjoys the variety of projects he does throughout the ear and knowing he is an integral part of keeping the farm running smoothly.

Packaged for you

Ruby has been working on the Palouse Brand team since the Spring of 2020. She brings an electric energy to every work day and loves to keep things exciting with all her favorite songs to sing and dance along with. Outside of work, Ruby enjoys getting to spend time with her family especially in the Summer when she can spend time in the pool with her nieces and nephews.

Ruby loves the opportunity to learn and test new ways to help our warehouses run more efficiently. Her favorite aspect of her job is getting to teach new employees how to operate all our equipment, like our forklift and sewing machines. Since joining our team, she has become an essential part of many of our processes and she is excited to continue to build her future with Palouse Brand.