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Pinto Beans

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Pinto Beans

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Size Price Qty
Large Can 5.00 lb
Item # 007-360-0466
$12.59
Case of 6 (Large Cans) 30.00 lb
Item # 007-360-0463
$67.99
Large Bag 25.00 lb
Item # 007-334-0002
$46.99
Extra Large Bag 50.00 lb
Item # 007-334-0001
$65.99


Honeyville's Pinto Beans are an excellent nutritional food source for emergency preparedness. Commonly referred to as painted beans, pinto beans are rich in flavor and are loaded with fiber and protein. Pinto beans have been a staple in different cultures all around the world for hundreds of years. They are used in a variety of dishes including chilis and soups. Honeyville Pinto Beans are an ideal product for long term food storage and emergency preparedness.

Shelf-Life: Stores for 10 to 15 years in a sealed #10 can (oxygen absorber included) under ideal storage conditions (cool, dry place). The 25 and 50 pound bag stores for 1 year in original sealed packaging under ideal storage conditions (cool, dry place).

Instructions: Soak pinto beans in water overnight and place in refrigerator. Drain beans. Add 3 parts water to 1 part soaked beans. Bring to a boil, then reduce heat to a simmer. Cook on simmer for 1 ½ to 2 hours stirring occasionally and serve.

Uses: Pinto Beans can be used to make burritos, chili, soups and any recipe calling for pinto beans.

Packaging: Pinto Beans are sealed air tight in a #10 can and weighs approximately 5 pounds. A case contains 6 #10 cans and weighs 30 pounds. Each can contains 51 servings. One serving size is ¼ cup. The 25 and 50 pound bag packaging may vary.

Ingredients:  Pinto Beans.

Allergen information: The cans are produced on equipment that processes products containing milk, soy, wheat, egg, milk, peanut, and tree nuts.

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Dry roast beans

Ive always hated beans cause there so mushy. Just can't palate the taste. So I went looking online and voila I found out how to dry roast beans!

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Bean Preparation

Beans tasted fine but... following the cooking directions did not achieve the desired result. We soaked the beans overnight. Cooked beans twice as long as directed but the beans were not even close to being done. They were chewable at that point though. Beans cooked at directed times were still very very firm.

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Bossman

The beans were dry and everything but they looked kind of dark in areas as if bruised or over ripe. Don't look too bad but do seem a little discolored with some bruising of the pea seed and need to be rinsed but that is nothing new.

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Mister

seeds do not seem to be bruised just a little darkening on areas of the skin. Very good.

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Good for you

I was raised in KY and Beans were a essential part of our meal. We ate beans almost everyday with cornbread. This is a tasteful meal complete for nutrition and was cheap to fix. Growing up in family of 8 kids and parents money was scarce and a lot of mouths to feed. This is a great long term food storage item for survival that is healthy and cheap! OH and it taste great!!! Honeyville products are wonderful and their shipping can't be beat!!! You can also plant these beans and they will grow to supply more food. Pick green or allow to grow until dry for dry beans that you can eat or replant.

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