List of products by brand Cedar

Yellow Split Peas

Price $3.29
Availability: 1110 In Stock

Cedar Dry Yellow Split Peas 907g

Yellow Split Peas are part of the legume family. Split peas are husked and split in half. The Yellow Split Pea is about 1/4 of an inch wide and pale yellow in color. Split Peas have a mild flavor and soft texture. The Split Pea has more of an earthy flavor than the whole dried pea, similar to the lentil in versatility and nourishment. Split Peas have a very ancient history they were domesticated before 6000 B.C. in the ancient near east. From here they spread across Asia, through China and also through the Mediterranean region. Both Greek and Roman civilizations relied on dried peas as an important ingredient in their diets. Peas began to be split during the time of ancient Egypt.

White Kidney Beans

Price $6.60
Availability: 1108 In Stock

Cedar White Kidney Beans 907g - 4 Lb

Cannellini beans are related to the Kidney Bean. Also known as the Italian White Kidney or Fasolia Bean. Cannellini beans resemble Kidney Beans in size and shape, but are a creamy white color. This bean is medium sized, kidney shaped, with a tough seed coat. The Cannellini has a mild nutty flavor and creamy texture. Cannellini Beans are associated with Italian cuisine. The Cannellini Beans are similar to the great Northern beans, however, they are larger and more kidney-shaped. This bean was originally cultivated in Argentina by Italian immigrants and later taken back to Italy where they are now grown commercially.

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Cedar Table Salt (Iodized) 1kg 

Iodized salt (AmE: iodized salt), table salt mixed with a minute amount of potassium iodide, sodium iodide or iodate, is used to help reduce the chance of iodine deficiency in humans. Iodine deficiency commonly leads to thyroid gland problems, specifically endemic goiter

Split Fava Beans

Price $5.77
Availability: 1110 In Stock

Cedar Split Fava Beans 907g

Just like Fava Beans but split. Split fava beans are faster to cook and maintain the same taste of Fava Beans.

Small Lentils Eston

Price $5.77
Availability: 1107 In Stock

Small Lentils Eston 907g - 4 Lb

Eston Lentils are the seed of a small shrub and are dried after harvesting. They are a staple food for many South Asian cultures.

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Red Split Lentils

Price $9.41
Availability: 1094 In Stock

Cedar Dry Red Split Lentils 907g - 4Lb

Petite Crimson are 1/2 cm. wide with a mild, earthly flavor and soft texture. Crimson Lentil are crimson in color which is a deep orange - red. This tiny lens shaped pulse has traditionally been used as a meat substitute (a pulse is the dried seed of any legume, such as beans and peas). Lentils are the seed of a small shrub and are dried after harvesting. Lentils have been eaten for over 8,000 years and originated in Southwestern Asia along the Indus river. They are a staple food for many South Asian cultures. The Latin word for Lentil, Lens, was used in the 17th century to describe eye glasses because of the similarity in shape.

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Red Rice 907g

Price $0.00
Availability: 1111 In Stock

Cedar Red Rice 907g

Himalayan Red Rice has been grown in South Central Asia for many centuries. The Rice Paddies located in the Foothills of the Himalayan Mountains produce the most aromatic Red Rice. Himalayan Red Rice is also grown in France. Similar in shape to brown rice but with a deep rosy color, Red Rice contains more of the Natural Bran than does White Rice. For this reason it requires a longer cooking time and has a nuttier more complex flavor than processed White Rices.

Pinto Beans

Price $4.94
Availability: 1110 In Stock

Cedar Dry Pinto Beans 907g

The Pinto Bean is related to the Kidney Bean. This bean is 1/2 inch long; mottled pink and brown with yellow at the keel. The Pinto offers a full bodied, earthy flavor with a mealy texture. The Pinto Bean is used to make refried beans. The Pinto Bean originated in Central Mexico and is popular in Mexican and Tex-Mex cuisines.

Pink Beans

Price $4.45
Availability: 1111 In Stock

Cedar Dry Pink Beans 907g - 4 Lb

Pink beans are small, pale, pink-colored with a shape like Kidney beans. Commonly known as Mauve beans or Chili beans they represent a rich, meaty flavor with a creamy texture and thin, firm skin. When cooked, Pink beans turn a reddish brown. Pink beans are a favorite in chili, Southwestern and Caribbean style recipes. Use them as you would use Pinto or Red Kidney beans in chili and refried beans.

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Lupini Beans

Price $8.25
Availability: 1109 In Stock

Cedar Dry Lupini Beans  907g

Popular in the Mediterranean region of Europe, Lupini Beans are often found at Italian fairs and as an appetizer at Spanish beer halls. In the past Lupins were rarely used as a grain food due the bitter taste from the high alkaloid content of the bean. In the last 30 years a strain with reduced alkaloid content has been developed, called 'sweet' Lupins. This 'sweet' strain still requires soaking and extended cooking to remove the alkaloids. All this effort is worth it. The Lupins family of the grain legumes are one of the highest in protein content, second only to soy beans.

Light Red Kidney Beans

Price $6.60
Availability: 1109 In Stock

Cedar Dry Light Red Kidney Beans  907g

Red Kidney Beans are medium size elongated beans. Kidneys are very popular beans largely because of its deep, full flavor and smooth texture. The Kidney is one of the most common beans in most kitchens; it is the basic standby for chili and baked beans.

Large Lima Beans

Price $2.79
Availability: 1111 In Stock

Cedar Large Lima Beans 540 ML

Giant Peruvian Lima is a large, flat, cream colored bean about 1 inch in length. This Lima is also referred to as a butter, curry, Madagascar, lab, or Pole Beans, another reference is the Cape Pea. The giant Peruvian Lima has creamy texture and a savory flavor. The giant Peruvian Lima is native to Central America. This bean found its way to Peru several millennia ago. Spanish explorers brought the bean to Europe where it thrived in the temperate climate, the slave trade carried the bean to Africa where they are now one of the most important beans on the continent.

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