lentils are low in calories and are rich in iron and folate. They are also rich in protein, which makes them an excellent replacement for meat in vegetarian and vegan diets.. They’re also packed with B vitamins, magnesium, zinc and potassium. Brown lentils are the most common variety of lentils. They have a mild earthy taste hold their shape during cooking, which makes them suitable for salads or pilafs.
Add 3 cups of water or stock for every cup of beluga lentils. Bring them to a boil then reduce heat to medium-low. Cover them, stirring occasionally and adding liquid as necessary. Cook for 20 minutes or till the desired consistency is reached.
Sustainable and compostable packaging
Our organic oat flakes come in sustainable and compostable packaging. Just as strong as traditional versions, our environmentally-friendly packaging uses compostable labels (made from sugar cane fibre), and organic ink. Even the glue used for sticking the labels is compostable.
So our products are good for you and they’re good for the planet too!
Typical values per 100g
|of which saturates||0,15 g|
|of which sugars||2,0 g|