by Augason Farms |
Item # 480106
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Model # 00140 |

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About this item

  • Augason Farms beans
  • 432 servings in the 41 lb. pail
  • 150 calories in each serving
  • Up to a 30-year shelf life
  • Good option for everyday use and emergency prepping
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Beans are a staple that should be a part of every pantry. They have a range of benefits, as you will see, and these Augason Farms® Pinto Beans (41 lb. pail), could be a fine choice to bring home. This pail can provide you with 432 servings.

What Are the Benefits of Choosing Augason Farms Pinto Beans?

The beans are considered one of the best emergency food options because they have a shelf life of 30 years. They are also easy to use and have 9 grams of protein in each serving. The beans are flavorful and they have a substantial amount of fiber and they are easy to store.

How Can You Use the Augason Farms Pinto Beans?

Another one of the great benefits of using these Augason Farms beans is their versatility. They can be used to make a simple side dish on their own. You could add them to salads, make chili, casseroles, dips, refried beans and a host of other types of food. Their ability to create so many different types of dishes helps to make them one of the best emergency food choices. You’ll also find that you can use the beans for everyday use, or for prepping in case of a disaster. It’s a good Augason Farms emergency food to have around.

Getting the Augason Farms Beans Ready to Use

You’ll find that the Augason Farms beans are very easy to use, as well, and there are a couple of ways to get them ready. You can soak them overnight, for starters. Take out the number of beans you want to use, making sure to remove the oxygen absorber. Rinse them off, and then cover each cup of beans with 3 cups of water. Let them stand for 12 hours, and then cook on medium, covered, for about two hours, adding water as needed. For faster results, you can follow the above instructions, and instead of letting them sit for 12 hours, you can boil them for two minutes, remove from the heat and let them stand for an hour. Then, cook on medium, covered for two hours, as above.

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