Make Your Own Cooked Beans With Eden Dry Beans & Kombu

Make Your Own Cooked Beans With Eden Dry Beans & Kombu

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Learn how easy it is to make nourishing, filling beans from scratch with Eden dried beans.

Delicious, nutrient-rich, hearty foods that brace and energize are a healthy diet basic. Authentic organic Eden Dry Beans are an exceptional example. Combined with pure whole grain, they provide complete protein. The noble, reliable bean in its numerous varieties is a staple in cuisines all over the world. They are easy to grow and enrich the soil with nitrogen. Deep, sustaining satisfaction is what they deliver.

The aroma of a simmering pot of Eden Beans brightens a home with a soothing comfort. They are a pleasing addition to any plate.

The lysine and tryptophan aminos of beans complete the amino acid profile of whole grain and supply complete protein. Beans are the go-to healthy, restorative plant protein dish. No matter the season or time of day, they taste great and go well with most any other food.

Beneficial Beans

High in protein with a balance of beneficial fat, excellent fiber, complex carbs, B-vitamins, folate, and minerals such as zinc, potassium, magnesium, and iron, beans come with a multitude of efficacious phytonutrients.

The high amount of soluble fiber of beans is known to facilitate thorough digestion. Beans satiate the appetite longer while they build strength and help us to maintain a desirable body mass through weight control. Beans supply strong, steady energy from complex carbohydrates. They are one of the best foods to help reduce cholesterol and free radical damage.

Decades of Organic Farming

Eden Foods has promoted organic American bean farming since 1968. Authentically organic Eden Beans are purchased directly from farms and farmers we know and trust. This salt-of-the-earth network grows some of the best tasting beans in the world. Organic soil well-tended for decades brims with life, which allows the beans to reach their full rewarding potential. Most Eden Beans are grown in the Midwest near Eden Foods. Chickpeas and lentils need a more arid climate like that of California, Arizona, and the Great Plains.

Cooking Eden Dry Beans from scratch may not be the fastest way to get a meal on the table, but they are easy to prepare and require minimal attention while cooking. It is time well spent in terms of satisfaction and benefits. Sixteen-ounce boxes of Eden Beans include a recipe on each. Eden Dry Beans come in larger bags for food service, retail, co-ops, schools, families, and those who wish to share with friends.

Basic Boiled Dry Beans



Wash beans, place in a bowl, and cover with 3 inches of cold water. Let soak overnight or 6 to 8 hours. Drain the beans and discard soaking water.

Place kombu, soaked beans and 1 1/2 cups water in a heavy pot. Bring to a boil. Reduce the flame to medium-low and simmer for 10 minutes, skimming off and discarding any foam. Cover the beans and simmer on low for 1 hour or until 80% done. If more water is needed during cooking, add as small an amount as needed to just keep the beans covered. Add sea salt, cover and simmer for another 15 to 20 minutes until tender.

Nutritional Information

Per serving: 80 calories, 0g fat (3% calories from fat), 5g protein, 19g carbohydrate, 8g fiber, 0mg cholesterol, 144mg sodium

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