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Organic Beluga Lentils


Organic Beluga Lentils are usually famous after the resemblance of caviar. It comes in a deep black tone and is less well-known than other lentil varieties. Its name refers to beluga caviar or lentil grains, which are very similar. Beluga is ideal as an addition to soups, stews, and salty snacks. It is grown in the dry climate of Canada and America's Northern Plains. Meanwhile, it’s one of the exciting varieties of lentils.

These are grown in certified fields without the use of pesticides or agrochemicals. If we talk about appearance, lentils resemble one of the most expensive delicacies in the world.

Why Consider Organic Beluga Lentils?

Black lentils are almost as good as black caviar, as they bring some exceptional taste that delights with sophistication. Organic black beluga lentils refer to natural products, which do not contain any chemical additives. Here are its main features:

● It’s a 100% natural, environmentally friendly product.
● It doesn’t contain flavor enhancers and chemical additives.
● It has a rich flavor and is excellent for soups, side dishes, and soups.
● It is high in protein, fiber and rich in potassium.
● It has a remarkably unique taste and aroma.
● It differs from others in their original appearance, rich, spicy taste, and aroma.

The lentil (Lens culinaris or Lens esculenta) is an edible legume. It is an annual plant known for its lens-shaped seeds. It is about 40 cm (16 in) tall, and the seeds grow in pods, usually with two seeds in each. As a food crop, the majority of world production comes from Canada and India, producing 58% combined of the world total.

In cuisines of the Indian subcontinent, where lentils are a staple, split lentils (often with their hulls removed) known as daal are often cooked into a thick curry/gravy that is usually eaten with rice or rotis.

Beluga: black, bead-like, lens-shaped, almost spherical, named for resemblance to beluga caviar. Called Indianhead in Canada.