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Santa Fe Bean Company Pinto Beans, 8-Ounce Pouches (Pack of 8)

4.2 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews
About the Product
  • All natural
  • Low sodium
  • High in fiber
  • Fat free
  • Pack of 8 8-ounce pouches
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Product Description

Santa Fe Pinto Beans are unique in that they contain only 3 mg of naturally occurring sodium per serving. The FDA recommended daily allowance of sodium is 2400mg. In other words, no salt or sodium has been added. The ingredient statement is quite simple: Dehydrated Pinto Beans. That way you can season the beans as you like, with or without salt. Also, one 8-ounce bag of Santa Fe Pinto Beans makes about 25-ounces net weight (once they have been rehydrated on the stove), or about 7 servings.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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  • ASIN: B003JA5KI0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #92,502 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)

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Ingredients

Dehydrated Pinto Beans

Directions

Start with 5 cups of water in a 3-quart sauce pan. Bring to a boil on stovetop. Slowly stir in contents of package; turn stove to low heat. Cover sauce pan with lid. Stir occasionally. Cook 25 minutes or until beans are tender. Add salt and/or seasonings to desired taste.

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I normally can my own pinto beans in quart jars. The process is long but inexpensive.

Occasionally I need less than a quart of pinto beans - that's where these Santa Fe pinto beans come in. Using a kitchen scale (or postage scale) the following are the ratios for smaller amounts:

8oz (1 bag) of dried beans mixed with 5 cups of water to create just almost 6 cups of pinto beans
4oz of dried beans mixed with 2 1/2 cups of water makes about 3 cups of pinto beans
2oz of dried beans mixed with 1 1/4 cups of water makes about 1 3/4 cups of pinto beans
1oz of dried beans mixed with 3/4 cup of water makes about 1 cup of pinto beans

These beans are unflavored and unsalted, allowing the cook more flexibility with the recipe. While these don't taste like my homemade canned pinto beans, they taste almost as good.
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I will never make regular dried beans again. Of course I add to it, onions, bell peppers, can of diced tomatoes and yes I add one pouch of the instant refried beans, made by same company. I never use the amount of liquid they suggest. It to much for me, in fact I use chicken broth. You just have to regulate it to your liking. The pouch of the refried beans gives it the best texture and flavor. I buy a case of the Pinto, a case of the Black Refried Beans, and a case of the Veggi-Southwestern refried beans. Will never buy a can again.
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Don't get me wrong, these are not as good as a well-prepared pot of plain pinto beans. However, my experience is that to properly prepare whole pintos, you have to soak and soak, then rinse and rinse, then boil and boil and it takes time. Time that is worth it, but not always practical. With these I can have whole beans to serve with Mexican food in about 20 minutes and they taste good - not like the long-cooked version - but pretty darn good.

I gave the product four stars because even with proper cooking, some of the beans come out a little hard - but that happens to me when I make regular pintos, too.
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The first time I used this product I loved it. Easy and quick to prepare with an excellent taste. I prepared some seasoned steak tips and mix them with the Santa Fe beans. It was great as a soup or poured over a baked potato with cheese. I plan to keep this product in my pantry. An excellent food.
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Love this product. I buy cases of these beans and share them with my adult daughters. I am a hispanic women and let me tell you, I can not tell my homemade beans from these.. takes 5 mins to make these I recommend this product.
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The taste is just like dried pintos -- but without the overnight soak. And -- the pouch can be partially used, resealed and saved for later use.

When I need beans for a recipe and don't have some made in the fridge, this is my choice -- I hate the idea of using so many canned foods until they (food companies) get the can-lining toxicity problems taken care of -- and since you can't get prepared beans in jars, I'll go with these that are pre-cooked/dried.
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I love it that these beans are not seasoned. I like to know that my seasonings are organic, and I dislike having too much salt. Also, there is no need to boil these for a long time, just bring them to a boil with a little salt in the water, add seasoning, (cumin, chiles or chile powder, onion powder, garlic, cilantro, and liquid smoke if we want 'em smoky) put a tight cover on, and let them be while you make the rest of your meal -- or overnight. They're great in burritos.
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These beans are delicious and authentic. My only complaint with the pinto beans is they take much longer to cook than the refried, with respect to this brand. But, that's probably just the different bean type. Super tasty. My "go to" with any Mexican inspired meal.
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