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Inari Organic French Lentils
500 g
Organic French Lentils are tiny green lentils that grow in France. They make a delicious side dish or bed for meats or fish. They will hold their shape after cooking and are excellent as a simple dish served with butter, salt and pepper. Or, try adding them to your next stew or chili.

Features:

  • Certified Organic by Ecocert
  • Country of Origin: Canada

Cooking Directions: Wash lentils. Bring to a boil in 3 parts of water for 1 part of lentils. Reduce heat and simmer for 45 minutes.

This product may contain traces of nuts, soy beans, sesame seeds or wheat.


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Marlane: a few months ago

Love these,they are clean and sound,so easy to sort. They cook up perfectly and are my choice for main dish lentils. Delicious.


Susan: a few months ago

Love that I can buy these so easily - they're hard to find in stores and by FAR the best lentil to use in stews. These have a firm texture and hold their shape - great product.


Chantale: more than a year ago

I've just discovered that they sprout beautifully! Delicious in a salad or hummus sandwhich.


A: more than a year ago

Clean, hold shape, and nice flavor. So nutritious. I use them in so many ways, but my favorite is to cook them up and them to a tomato, cucumber, arugula, and feta salad. Throw a light vinaigrette on the salad and yumm.


Susan: more than a year ago

Love these - they hold their shape and add great flavour to my favourite lentil stew.


Jess: more than a year ago

Fantastic, very clean lentils! Thanks Well.ca for supplying this product!


costa: more than a year ago

wonderful organic product


mary: more than a year ago

great quality, makes a great bean salad!


Kay: more than a year ago

These lentils are good enough. Unfortunately, they aren't as nutritious as real french lentils from central France which are supposed to have twice as much iron as regular green lentils. But I don't know where I can find them.


Chantale: more than a year ago

Lovely, delicate texture and flavour. Quick-cooking.

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