Bob's Red Mill Petite French Green Lentils, 24-ounce
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- One, 24 oz. bag (1.5 lbs.)
- Vegan; Vegetarian; High in Fiber; Kosher Pareve
- Cooks in about 25 minutes - no need to presoak
- 13g protein per serving
- Good source of fiber, potassium, iron, zinc, and magnesium
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Bob's Red Mill Petite French Green Lentils, 24 Ounce
Product detailsSize:1.5 Pound (Pack of 1)
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 7.3 x 3.7 x 2.5 inches; 1.4 Pounds
- Item model number : 1698C244
- UPC : 039978006868
- Manufacturer : Bob's Red Mill
- ASIN : B00MN30DC2
Best Sellers Rank:
#154,084 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
- #210 in Dried Lentils
- Customer Reviews:
Petite French green lentils
Sort and rinse 1 cup of Bob’s Red Mill Petite French Green Lentils. Place in a medium size pot and add 2 ½ cups of water. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat to medium-low and cook until tender, about 25 minutes. Make sure to keep lentils covered with water during cooking; if water level is low, add additional water and reduce the cooking temperature. Makes approximately 2-1/2 cups cooked lentils.
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I never had the "French" green lentils but after a show by Laura Caulder I had to try them. I understand these are not from the reigon of France that the more costly "Le Puy" green lentils are grown. But honestly, they are around $17.50 for a little over a pound (that includes shipping) so let's try these first.
These are smaller than the dark lentils I am used to. They didn't break down or give off a soupy or starchy texture either. They retain a bite... "to the tooth" texture after proper cooking time. I went ahead and followed the directions, added sauteed onions and garlic, toasted walnuts and chevre. Topped with fresh thyme and a drizzle of walnut oil. Very, very good.
I think a lentil smoked sausage soup is in my future.
When these are gone,(I stored them in my freezer like it says to) I will have already tried the Le Puy lentils. These convinced me to splurge, so I'll go for the best during the holidays. Also, I really want to try prunes in armagnac, so maybe a French food fest is in order, duck confit, wines, Moelleux au Chocolat...Thanks for sharing.
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