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Pinto Beans B041

Pinto Beans B041

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This product = Gluten free - Dairy free - Nut free - Vegan - Vegetarian - Pescetarian Facts - Great source of Folate for DNA replication - Great s ...

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This product = Gluten free - Dairy free - Nut free - Vegan - Vegetarian - Pescetarian

Facts

- Great source of Folate for DNA replication
- Great source of starch for slow releasing energy
- Also contributes an appreciable amount of protein to a daily intake
- Cooked and cooled pinto beans will provide some resistant starch

Ingredients Pinto Beans

Common Uses Traditionally used to make refried beans, pinto beans are very versatile and can be added to soups, casseroles, served with rice, or eaten cold in a salad

Origin: United States

Nutritional Aspects Pinto Beans Macronutrients: Key micronutrients found in significant levels in pinto beans are folate, thiamin (vitamin B1), magnesium, phosphorous, potassium, copper, manganese and selenium.Pinto beans (20) contain mainly carbohydrate (63g/100g) mostly in the form of starch but also contributing a significant amount of dietary fibre (15g/100g raw). They provide a negligible amount of fat (1g/100g) but are an excellent source of plant-based protein providing 21g/ 100g in dried pinto beans.

Recipes Homemade Refried Beans https://houseofyumm.com/homemade-refried-beans/

Weight: 250 gm, 500 gm, 1 Kg