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Greek Thick Chickpeas, Traditional Legumes Variety 1,5kg.

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  • Greek Thick Chickpeas, Traditional Legumes Variety 1.5kg, ( Pack of 3 Bags of 500g Each) : 

    Greece is famous for its pulses which represent a product of an exceptional taste and nutritional value. Nowadays, the nutritional value of legumes is recognized internationally, as they are an essential part of the Mediterranean Diet Pyramid. For vegetarians and those trying to reduce intake of animal foods, beans provide a protein-rich, low-fat alternative to meat.

    Thick chickpeas from the area of Karditsa, from rich plains of Thessaly region in Central Greece and are famous for their exquisite taste. Chickpeas are a type of legumes that offer a range of health benefits- helping to increase satiety, boosting digestion, helping to keep blood sugar levels stable, increasing protection against disease, and more. Chickpeas nutrition are a potent package of protein, vitamins and minerals too, which is why they are often included in many healing diets as a nourishing food.

    Our chickpeas are thick in size and of yellow/brown colour. However, you should never forget to soak the chickpeas overnight before cooking them. Apart from making the regular chickpea soup, you can also make delicious salads combining them with vegetables and herbs. Another delicious way to use chickpeas is to make a "revithada" (chickpea soup) - mashed chickpeas, or even chickpea patties. You can also cook them in the oven with tomato sauce, always framed with Greek Olive Oil.

    Try our pure Greek pulses and offer an amazing dish to yourself and to your loved ones!!

    Storage Instructions: Keep it in a cool and dry place. Soak the chickpeas overnight before cooking them

  • Ingredients :

      • Greek thick Chickpeas of yellow/brown colour, traditional variety.
       
  • Cultivation under the Integrated Management Crop system ISO 22000:2005 and ISO 9001:2015 certified. Cultivation area: Sofades, Karditsa, from rich plains of Thessaly region in Central Greece.


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