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Black Eye Beans 2lb

 Black Eye Beans have that familiar starchy, beany taste, though they're also pretty earthy. They're savory, even a touch nutty. PTI black eye peas are highly nutritious and associated with many impressive health benefits. PTI Black eye Beans have a dense and firm texture, and when cooked, the consistency will soften slightly, developing neutral, nutty, earthy, and savory flavors.

Black-eyed peas are a type of legume. They are actually a bean, not a pea. They are related to cowpeas, or goat peas. Historically, they originate in West Africa, but they grow in warm regions around the globe. Black-eyed peas get their name from their appearance. They are cream in color with a little black speck that resembles an eye in the center, outlining where they were once attached to pods. As with other types of beans, people can purchase them canned or dried.

Nutritional Value:

Black-eyed peas are an excellent source of folate to assist in the production of red blood cells and are rich in copper, magnesium, phosphorus, zinc, and iron. The legumes also provide potassium to balance fluid levels within the body, fiber to stimulate the digestive tract, and lower amounts of vitamin B6, vitamin C, and vitamin A. The color of the eye may be black, brown, red, pink, or green. All the peas are green when freshly shelled and brown or buff when dried. A popular variation of the black-eyed pea is the purple hull pea; it is usually green with a prominent purple or pink spot.

Black-eyed peas are a type of legume that contain many nutrients, including vitamin A, folate, and manganese. They also contain high amounts of fiber, which can aid digestion and feed beneficial gut bacteria.

Black-eyed peas have a number of health benefits. They may help some people reach a moderate weight, get enough fiber, or eat a balanced diet. Black-eyed peas are also versatile to cook with, and can be part of many main meals or side dishes.