Black Lentils from Sorano 10.58 ounces

    €4.65

    Black Lentils from Sorano 10.58 ounces

    Black lentils are a culinary treasure, suitable for a wide range of gastronomic preparations. They can be used to enhance fresh salads, create velvety and flavorful soups, and replace meat in a delicious vegetarian ragù.

    These lentils are so versatile that they can be enjoyed both as a main course and as a side dish.

    Their distinctive and unmistakable mineral note also makes them an ideal partner for seafood.

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    Black Lentils from Sorano

    Variety

    Black Lentils are an exceptional variety of lentils with semi-prostrate plants, forming bushes ranging from 30 to 40 cm in height.

    Their seeds are small, intensely black, and very glossy. In terms of taste, black lentils offer extraordinary aromatic qualities and an intense flavor, with a pronounced mineral note.

    Furthermore, they are rich in antioxidants, have a high protein content, are a source of complex carbohydrates, and contain ample iron, minerals, and B-group vitamins.

    Territory

    Our black lentils are cultivated in the picturesque municipality of Sorano, located in the province of Grosseto.

    These soils are of medium texture and rich in potassium, making them ideal for lentil cultivation.

    Cultivation

    The lentils are carefully selected and preserved by our growers, then sown between November and December.

    The soil is worked superficially to contain weed growth, which is manually removed when necessary.

    Since lentils are cultivated using crop rotation methods, they require no fertilizers or irrigation. For disease and pest control, no synthetic chemicals are used, only products approved for organic farming.

    Collecting and storing

    In June, the lentils are harvested manually. Subsequently, they are threshed, cleaned of impurities, and subjected to cold treatment to protect them from insects.

    This treatment involves storing the legumes in a collective freezing cell at -20°C for several days.

    Directions for use

    We recommend storing the lentils in a dry place. Before cooking, it is advisable to visually examine them to remove any residual impurities.

    These lentils do not require soaking, and their cooking time is approximately 30 minutes from the beginning of boiling.

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    Black Lentils from Sorano 10.58 ounces

    Black lentils are a culinary treasure, suitable for a wide range of gastronomic preparations. They can be used to enhance fresh salads, create velvety and flavorful soups, and replace meat in a delicious vegetarian ragù.

    These lentils are so versatile that they can be enjoyed both as a main course and as a side dish.

    Their distinctive and unmistakable mineral note also makes them an ideal partner for seafood.

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