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Bob's Red Mill is dedicated to the manufacturing of natural foods in the natural way. In their own words: "With all the sophisticated knowledge of recent times, no machinery has yet been developed that grinds grains into flour quite as well as our flint-hard quartz millstones quarried in France and used by discriminating millers since early Roman times."
"Our well-dressed (sharpened) sets of millstones turn the highest quality wheat into a finer, better baking bread flour than all the hammer mills, steel roller mills, steel buhr mills, or pulverizers ever built! These slow turning millstones grind the bran, endosperm, and germ (containing its nutritious wheat germ oil) into flour in a cool natural way, creating a more assimilable food."
Bob's Red Mill stone grinds all common and most uncommon grains into flours and meals on its over 100-year-old mills. They mix them into an astounding array of unique cereals, pancake and waffle mixes, machine and hand-made bread mixes, quick bread mixes, gluten-free mixes, and specialty grain products.
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Fava beans are a great source of good nutrition and these fava beans are a good product!
The first batch I did not soak or preboil (according to packaging), took hours 3,4,5 hours to cook and they were never really all soft.
I've had problems finding these locally consistently...I now i have a good supply and saved quite a lot of money.
The herbalist suggested I try the Fava bean as it is known for it's real nutrition. This bean has a very mild flavor...
actually is a little on the sweet tasting flavor. Read more
I have never eaten fava beans before. The first time I cooked I soaked them without reading the direction. Very bad idea. They just turned to mush. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Mary V. Kline
I love beans and Dr. Oz is a big fava bean advocate. I tried everything to make them palatable but had to cry uncle. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Dott Harris
I love these for fava bean dip (similar to hummus, but way better). I've had problems finding these locally consistently... Read morePublished 7 months ago by S. Griffith
these dried favas are peeled, so they cook quickly. no soaking needed and no lengthy babysitting over the stove. Read morePublished 9 months ago by mahina
From the pictures these beans look green and moist. They are brown and as hard as a rock, they taste disgusting and I now have four bags of something I will never use. Read morePublished 9 months ago by rosalind baker
they were very easy to slow cook.,soak , steam, and use in other dishes.,or alone, cold or hot dishes even pureed.Published 9 months ago by Candace May