Great for Stuffing
Cedar Perfumed Rice 907g
|White Jasmine Rice is an aromatic long grain rice originally grown in Thailand, and similar to Basmati rice. With an aroma of popcorn and nutlike flavor this rice is an excellent choice for stir-fry, salads, stuffing, pilaf, and desserts.|
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.|
Cedar Dry Mung Beans 907g
Mung Beans are small 1/4 inch, round, olive green, brown or black in color. The inside of a Mung Bean is mustard colored. When husked and split, the green Mung Bean becomes known in India as the Yellow Mung, Moong Dal. Mung Beans are used in a variety of forms; whole, peeled, split, or ground. Mung Beans have a sweet flavor, soft texture, and are easy to digest. These beans are sprouted to produce Bean Sprouts, which contain vitamin C, not found in the dry bean. Mung Beans have a long history in India where they originated though they were introduced to China many centuries ago. Mung Beans are the most common beans to be sprouted in Asia, Europe and America. Mung Bean Flour is used to make Bean Threads or Cellophane Noodles.
Cedar Dry Green Split Peas 907g
Green Split Peas are part of the legume family. Split Peas are husked and split in halves. The Green Split Pea is about 1/4 of an inch wide and pale green 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.