Pinto Beans 25 Lb. (1 pcs Case)


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$0.90 Per Lb. (1 pcs) 25 Lb. Case

Item #: 23854



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Beans: Product of Canada

Wholesale Pinto Beans

Our wholesale pinto beans are a very good source of cholesterol-lowering fiber, as are most other beans. In addition to lowering cholesterol, pinto beans high fiber content prevents blood sugar levels from rising too rapidly after a meal, making these beans an especially good choice for individuals with diabetes, insulin resistance or hypoglycemia. When combined with whole grains such as brown rice, pinto beans provide virtually fat-free, high quality protein. But this is far from all pinto beans have to offer.Check a chart of the fiber content in foods and you'll see legumes leading the pack. Pinto beans, like other beans, are rich in fiber. A cup of cooked pinto beans provides over 15 grams.Among all groups of food commonly eaten worldwide, no group has a more health-supportive mix of protein-plus-fiber than legumes. Included here, of course, is the amazing protein-plus-fiber content of dried beans. From a single, one-cup serving of white beans you get nearly 15 grams of fiber (well over half of the Daily Value and the same amount consumed by the average U.S. adult in one entire day of eating) and 15 grams of protein (nearly one third of the Daily Value and equivalent to the amount in 2 ounces of a meat like chicken or a fish like salmon). You won't find this outstanding protein-fiber combination in fruit, vegetables, grains, meats, dairy products, nuts and seeds, or seafood. The almost magical protein-fiber combination in legumes explains important aspects of their health benefits for the digestive tract, the blood sugar regulatory system, and the cardiovascular system.Before washing your beans, spread them out on a light colored plate or cooking surface to check for, and remove, small stones, debris or damaged beans. After this process, place the beans in a strainer, rinsing them thoroughly under cool running water.To cook beans on your stove-top, combine soaked or dried beans, water, oil or fat, and seasonings in a saucepan or pot of appropriate size. Bring the beans to a boil, reduce the heat, then cover and simmer until beans are tender. This takes 1 to 3 hours, depending on the bean variety. Check the beans occasionally to see if they are covered with the cooking liquid. If there is so much liquid absorption and evaporation that the top of the beans becomes exposed, add very hot tap water to the pot to cover the beans.Uses of our wholesale pinto beans:•Blend together pinto beans with sage, oregano, garlic and black pepper for a delicious spread that can be used as a crudité dip or sandwich filling. •Use pinto beans in chili recipes in place of kidney beans. •Layer cooked pinto beans, chopped tomatoes and onions and shredded cheese on a tortilla. Broil in the oven until hot and cheese melts. Top with chopped avocado and cilantro. •Add pinto beans to vegetable soups. •Heat pinto beans together with cooked rice. Add cooked chopped vegetables such as carrots, zucchini and tomatoes. Season to taste and enjoy this simple-to-prepare one pot meal.
Test Nutrition Facts
Nutrition Facts
Serving Size 73Grams
Serving Per Container About 10
Amount Per Serving
Calories 45 Cal.From Fat 45FromFat
%Daily Value*

Total Fat 1g 0%

Saturated Fat 0g 0%
Trans Fat 0g

Cholesterol 0mg 0%

Sodium 0mg 0%

Total Carbohydrate 22g 7%

Dietary Fiber 8g 32%

Sugars 0g
Protein 8g

Vitamin A 0%

Vitamin C 2%

Calcium 0%

Iron 10%

AppearanceRed and Black Colored Beans
COOLBeans: Product of Canada
FlavorTypical of Pinto Beans
Foreign Materials< 1%
SmellNo Off Odors