SHILOH FARMS Black Soybeans are Certified Organic and Non-GMO. Sweeter and creamier than yellow varieties, black soybeans add flavor and richness to a chilis, soups, and dips. Exceptionally high in protein, fiber, iron, and calcium, soybeans are relatively low in carbohydrates. Because of their high protein content, they are a popular ingredient in veggie burgers and other vegetarian dishes.
Because they contain enzymes that may interfere with digestion, it is important to properly cook soybeans before use. Doing so breaks down these enzymes and improve digestibility - never skimp on time when cooking soybeans!
To Cook: Sort and rinse. Add 1 part beans to 3 parts water and soak overnight. Drain well, then cover beans with fresh water or stock (again at 1:3 ratio). Bring to a boil, reduce, and simmer for about 1-2 hours, or until tender. Drain, season as desired, and serve.
Test frequently during cooking, then come to your own decision about when beans are tender and taste "done." Remember, intended use dictates desired tenderness. It is better to cook beans to a firm stage for salads, freezing, and longer-cooking recipes. If you plan to puree or mash the beans, cook until very soft.
*Cold soaked and cooked at a very gentle simmer, beans should retain most of their nutrients.
1. Cooked soybeans are a common meat replacement in veggie burgers and vegetarian meals.
2. Season and roast soybeans for a crunchy snack.
3. Soybeans are an excellent addition to stews and soups.
4. Their mildly sweet flavor makes black soybeans an ideal addition to salads, salsas, casseroles, or dips.
5. Mix with brown rice, fresh herbs, and seasonal vegetables for a hearty, protein-rich meal.
Certified Organic by Pennsylvania Certified Organic (www.paorganic.org)
This product was packaged in a facility that also handles wheat, soy, and tree nuts.
Country of Origin: USA
Ingredients: Organic Black Soybeans
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