This elegant lentil works well in soups, salads, side dishes and casseroles. Black lentils retain their shape after cooking.
Just a half cup of cooked black lentils contains about 12 grams of protein and 9 grams of fiber. Lentils have the third-highest level of protein, by weight, of any legume or nut, after soybeans and hemp. In addition to fiber and vegan protein, lentils contain B vitamins, folic acid, dietary fiber, vitamin C, B vitamins, essential amino acids and antioxidants.
At Grainworks, farming is their passion, family, and foundation. Their commitment to healthy foods and a healthy planet started with their great grandparents’ homestead over a century ago. Today, they grow Certified Organic, Non-GMO grains and legumes on some of Canada’s most fertile farmland.
Grainworks knows great food springs from the good seeds sown in harmony with nature. It all begins with the best seed, carefully tended and harvested. If it can’t be grown here on the prairies, they have searched far and wide for organic farmers and suppliers in other climate and soil zones that share their passion for great food and a healthy earth.