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All natural. Cholesterol free. High in fiber. Makes about 20 ounces net weight.
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Pinto Beans, Salt.
Bring 2-1/4 cups of water to a boil on a stovetop or in microwave. Stir in contents of package. Cover and allow to simmer on Low heat for 5 minutes. Stir occasionally, add seasoning to taste. Decrease or increase water to your desired consistency.
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These beans are the best. These are the best beans. Nothing but Pinto beans and a pinch of salt. Typically come with
a two year shelf life. Read more
i didn't read this carefully...I didn't realize that it is dry and I have to reconstitute it with water...but it is good anyways.Published 1 month ago by tari
These are really good -- I would say even better than canned refried beans.
They are a hit backpacking, served inside of flour tortillas, with some Taco Bell sauce. Yum! Read more
These are the best refied beans i have ever tasted , they taste so like my Abuelitas--grandmas, add some bacon drippings , a couple of chopped up krispy bacon,,,oh my goodness, i... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Herminia S Puebla
Best freeze-dried refried beans ever! An excellent addition to our backpacking menu. One package more than fed two hungry hikers.Published 1 month ago by Stretch
We really like these refried beans - great for travel in our RV.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I was looking for dehydrated items for back packing and gave this a try. I was pleasantly surprised at the quality and taste. The beans rehydrated well and taste very good. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Charlie B