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Organic Flageolet Beans

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SKU:
R1121
UPC:
842441110609
  • Organic Flageolet Beans
  • Organic Flageolet Beans
$7.35
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Description

PLEASE NOTE: This product is intended for culinary uses only: cooking, baking, and other human food applications.

Premium Flageolet Beans are known as the caviar of beans. Flageolet beans are high in complex carbohydrates, protein and fiber and a nutritious and healthy addition to vegetarian diets. The small pale beans have a delicate texture with a light creamy flavor, making them a favorite ingredient in French and Mediterranean cooking. Flageolets beans are most commonly used in soups and stews like as the classic French vegetable and lamb stew,  Cassoulet.
 
How to Cook Premium Flageolet Beans
 
Cover one cup of Premium flageolet beans in cold water and bring to a boil. Then turn off the heat and let them soak for 1 hour. Drain and cover them in a pot with at least 2 inches of fresh water.  Add  Sicilian Extra Virgin Olive Oil,  Glace de Poulet Gold Roasted Chicken Stock, and seasonings like bay leaf or a bouquet garni. Bring the beans to a boil, then reduce heat and simmer for 30 minutes or until tender.
 
You can toss flageolet beans with olive oil, rosemary and a bit of fresh lemon juice for a wonderful chilled salad. While flageolet beans are generally paired with lamb in many French recipes, you can also serve them as a side with fish, meat or poultry.
 
*One cup dry yields 2 1/4 cups cooked.

 

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Product Specifications

INGREDIENTS:
Flageolet Beans* *Organic Certified
MSDS:
-
SPEC:
GLUTEN FREE:
Yes
KOSHER:
Yes
ORGANIC:
Yes
ALCOHOL FREE:
Yes
MADE IN USA:
Yes
PG FREE:
Yes
FORM:
Cooking
NON_GMO:
Yes
VEGAN FRIENDLY:
Yes
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6 Reviews

  • 5

    Organic flageolte beans

    Posted by Cecilia Height on Jul 25th 2020

    I have bought these from OliveNation for years. They haven't been able to offer the organic ones for a while so I am thrilled they are back in stock. This is one of my favorite beans. I keep it simple. Cook them until ready then dress them with butter, ground pepper, and fresh dill weed, snipped. These are wonderful beans and I am thrilled that Olive Nation got the organic ones back in stock!

  • 4

    Premium Flageolet Beans

    Posted by Cecilia on Mar 4th 2020

    So until some time ago, I was thrilled when I found that your company sold ORGANIC Flageolet beans! I bought nice bi bags. Now they are just "Premium" Flageolet beans. I am VERY disappointed! I am desperate to steer clear of foods that have been exposed to pesticides and herbicides! Round-up is POISON! Now, they are "premium". Can you please let us know how contaminated these beloved beans are exposed to? Thank you.

  • 5

    great to finally find this dried bean

    Posted by Deedeedesserts on May 10th 2016

    I was cooking from Ina Garten recipe, and was so glad to see I could at least find online! No stores carry this dried bean, so I was able to make this recipe with all actual ingredients.

  • 5

    By Far A Better Bean

    Posted by JOHN on Mar 31st 2015

    After having eaten these wonderful beans in the South of France I was simply delighted to have the chance to cook them myself. They have a wonderful flavor and texture and truly deserve their grand reputation. I did use the Barefoot Contessa as a guide and they were very tasty!

  • 5

    Flageolet beans

    Posted by David on Jul 30th 2013

    An excellent product! The beans cook evenly and arrived very clean sized and well-packed. A perfect alternative to the ubiquitous cannellini.

  • 5

    Flageolet Beans

    Posted by Kimberly on Feb 26th 2013

    Wonderful texture and mild flavor. The beans appeared consistent in size and age; thus the cooking process was great (No some beans were hard and some were soft...all beans cooked the same). I made one pound. They freeze beautifully. This bean brought back memories of living in France and eating Cassoulet.

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