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Answering questions about tornadoes, we're spending some time in March and April to cover all of the ins and outs of tornadoes and how to put together emergency preparation for this natural disaster. ... Read More
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Black beans have a dense, meaty texture perfect for a variety of dishes, from Mexican to Cajun and Creole. Served alone or with rice and meat, they’re great for soups and casseroles. Like all beans, these store well both for long term emergency food storage, and everyday cooking.
Lentils are a nutritional powerhouse; rich in protein, iron and high in dietary fiber. Relatively quick and easy to prepare compared to other beans, they readily absorb flavor from foods and seasonings, making them useful in a wide variety of dishes. For their nutritional value alone, lentils should
Pinto beans are a flavorful, mild bean most commonly used in Mexican dishes, but also perfect for chili, barbecued and baked beans. High in fiber and iron, low in cholesterol, these beans are ideal for everyday cooking, as well as long term storage.
Total Servings: 26
Can Size: Large
Pinto beans are a flavorful, mild bean most commonly used in Mexican dishes, but also perfect for chili, barbequed and baked beans. High in fiber and iron, low in cholesterol, these beans are ideal for everyday cooking, as well as long term storage.
Total Servings: 432
Pail Size: 6-g
Dried beans such as black or pinto beans have a dense meaty texture and a rich full flavor. They are a good source of protein, minerals, and vitamins. Beans are also easy to prepare and can be used in Mexican dishes, chili, or for baked beans. High in fiber, low in cholesterol, beans are ideal for everyday cooking, as well as for long-term emergency storage. Beans have up to a 30-year shelf life and are easy to pack and store in cans, large quantity bags, or buckets making them convenient and portable.