White Kidney Beans
White kidney beans, also known as Cannellini beans, are tender beans with an earthy and nutty flavor. A great addition to soups, stews, and other dishes.
What makes it unique?
- Packed with fiber and protein
- Good source of folate, magnesium, and Vitamin B6
Find out more information about Humble Market’s White Kidney Beans below.
- Additional information
- Personal Wellness Benefits
- Environmental Wellness Benefits
- Serving Suggestions
- Care/ Shelf-life
500g, 250g, Bulk
Personal Wellness Benefits
- Loaded with Protein – Pair white kidney beans with grains like rice, barley, corn, and wheat to get all nine essential amino acids your body requires
- Sufficient Fiber Source – A cup (170-gram) of white beans, which contains 11 grams of fiber, is a convenient fiber source as it delivers nearly half of the daily requirement for women and about a third of it for men.
- Promotes Healthy Body Weight – White beans have a high nutrient density and low-calorie count. Combined with their high fiber and protein content, these attributes may promote a healthy body weight.
Environmental Wellness Benefits
- Plastic-free Packaging
- Plastic-free Shipping
100% Pure White Kidney Beans
Half a cup per day
White Kidney Bean and Spinach Soup
Garlicky Chicken Thighs with Asparagus, Pea, and White Bean Salad
Moroccan White-Bean Sliders
Store in an airtight container
Q: What is the difference between red and white kidney beans?
A: Per half a cup serving, white kidney beans are slightly lower in calories, carbohydrates, fiber, and protein compared to red kidney beans. A half a cup serving of red kidney beans contain 112 calories, 20.2 grams of carbohydrates, 6.5 grams of fiber, and 7.7 grams of protein while the same amount of white kidney beans only contains 104 calories, 18.7 grams of carbohydrates, 6.2 grams of fiber, and 7.4 grams of protein.
Q: How do you cook White Kidney Beans?
A: Make sure to soak them overnight or for at least eight hours before draining the water. Fill a pot with water, add the beans, bring water to a boil, then lower the temperature and cook beans until slightly tender
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