What Is Black Beans?
Black beans, also known as turtle beans because of their hard shell-like appearance, are classified as legumes. The beans are actually the edible seeds of the legume plant.
The strong antioxidant properties of black turtle beans are largely attributable to their high concentration of anthocyanins such as delphinidin, petunidin, and malvidin. The overall anthocyanin content of black beans is estimated to be around 214 milligrams per 100 grams!
Why Should I Get Black Beans ?
Black Beans have a low glycaemic index (30), meaning they're slowly absorbed into your blood stream, helping to prevent blood sugar spikes that things like white rice and white bread can cause.
This slow absorption also means that these beans will keep you fuller for longer, making them a noteworthy tool for controlling your weight.
Like other legumes such as peanuts, peas and lentils, black beans are also prized for their high protein, fibre and mineral content.
Instructions For Use:
Fibre-rich protein source. Add to vegetable stews to add texture. To Cook: 1. Rinse beans 2. Soak for 4-6 hours (or overnight). 3. Place in a pot and cover with water above the beans. 4. Boil for 45-60 minutes and ensure that there's always water in the pot. 5. Add more if necessary.
Store in a cool dry place, away from direct sunlight, heat and damp.
Eco Friendly 100% Recyclable Packaging. Re-sealable pouch for Long Lasting Freshness!
(Some Large sizes may have non-resealable packaging)
What's In My Black Beans ?
Ingredients: Black Beans
Country of Origin: CHINA
May contain traces of nuts, peanuts, sesame seed, cereals containing gluten & soya
Suitable for Vegan & Vegetarian diets
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