Beans, Rice & Pasta

  1. Organic Black Beans
    Commodity Organic
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  2. Pinto beans are a variety of the common bean, Phaseolus vulgaris. They are the most popular bean consumed in the United States and northwestern Mexico. In Spanish, they are called frijol pinto which means "speckled bean." With an earthy flavor and creamy
    Commodity Organic
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  3.  full flavored rice and an excellent source of whole grains.  This rice has a rich, nutty and slightly sweet flavor with a toasted grain aroma.  After cooking, the grains are soft and cling together - great in everyday recipes where a stickier t
    Lundberg Organic
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  4. Rice, Long Grain, Brown, 25 lb.
    Lundberg Organic
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  5. Lentils, Red Split Organic, 25 lb.
    Aunt Patty's Organic
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  6. Lentils, Green Organic, 25 lb.
    Commodity Organic
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  7. Triple Cleaned Black Turtle Beans
  8. Commonly known as chickpeas, garbanzo beans are one of the earliest cultivated legumes in history with 7500-year-old remains having been found in the Middle East. On a macronutrient level, they are composed of 60% water, 27% carbohydrates, 9% protein and
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