Golden Lentils | 25 LB

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Golden Lentils | 25 LB
Golden Lentils | 25 LB
Golden Lentils | 25 LB
Golden Lentils | 25 LB

Golden Lentils | 25 LB

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This 25 pound bag of Golden Lentils is an ideal bulk option. These bulk, sustainably grown Golden Lentils are sourced from a nutrient rich Pacific Northwest farm. 

When you open your bag, you’ll see a beautiful, bright golden color. Golden lentils have a light honey and citrus flavor, can puree well and will cook in just twenty minutes without any pre-soaking. Recipes like golden lentil curry, and yellow lentil dal are great menu item additions. We love how versatile these little golden lentils are.

How to Cook Golden Lentils

1 Cup Dry Golden Lentils

3 Cups Water

Rinse the gold lentils, add 3 cups water to a pot, bring water to a rolling boil. Add lentils then simmer for 15-20 minutes or until desired tenderness. Drain well.

How to Sprout Golden Lentils

1 Cup Dry Golden Lentils

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

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

Clear Creek foods

As a family we have loved providing you foods grown on our farm through Palouse Brand. Over the years you have asked us to expand our product line and to search for locally sourced farm foods. Clear Creek, by Palouse Brand is our answer.

Our family has partnered with neighbors to bring the highest quality, sustainably grown food to your family and friends. Clear Creek Foods are grown in some of the richest soils in the world that produce a fresh taste and texture that is as unique as the farm in which it was grown. We hope you enjoy Clear Creek as much as you have Palouse Brand.

We are so happy to bring the colors and flavors of the Pacific Northwest to your table.