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Petite Golden Lentils

Petite Golden Lentils (Lens Esculenta) are small firm, golden Lentil that is rounder in shape than many other types of lentils; one of the reasons that this lentil holds its shape so well when cooked. Petite Golden Lentils are 1/2 cm. wide with a mild, earthly flavor and soft texture. This tiny lens shaped pulse

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Petite Crimson Lentils

They have about 1/3 the size of regular lentils. The outer shell is removed and they cook up in about 4-6 minutes without soaking. Versatile for thickening soups, sauces and gravies as a puree. Petite Crimson Lentil Soup, Salad, and Garnish Petite Crimson Lentils have been decorticated (seed coat removed) which makes them cook very

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Petite Castillo Lentils

Very similar to the famous Castelluccio Lentils. Like all lentils, they’re really healthy – a great source of protein and fiber – and a great winter ingredient. They retain their shape when cooked, and have a wonderful, nutty, earthy flavor. They need no presoaking, only simmering in liquid for about 30 minutes – a light

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Petite Estoria Lentils

Green Estoria Lentils are the seed of a small shrub and are dried after harvesting. They are a staple food for many South Asian cultures. The Latin word for lentil, lens, was used in the 17th century to describe eye glasses because of the similarity in shape. Suggested Use: The nature of the legume is

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Marrone Lentils

Full flavored round, brown, flat and extremely versatile. An excellent extender and substitute for meat. A great base for sloppy joes, lentil loaves, burgers, chili, casseroles, soups and salads. The Lentil’s high protein content is said to be more easily digested than that of larger beans. High in iron.

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Lenticchie Verdi Lentils

These little disk-shaped legumes need no presoaking and are ready in 20 to 30 minutes–not too much longer than it takes to cook pasta. In fact, when you consider the nutritional superiority of lentils, you might want to serve them instead of pasta: Compared with spaghetti, lentils supply much more folate (folic acid), which fights

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