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dirt(y) inc | kabuli chickpeas

dirt(y) inc | kabuli chickpeas
dirt(y) inc organic kabuli chickpeas are single origin, traceable, non GM and grown by the Schill...

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dirt(y) inc organic kabuli chickpeas are single origin, traceable, non GM and grown by the Schilling Family in the Yorke Peninsula, South Australia.

“Chickpeas are a rich source of dietary protein and minerals, are drought tolerant, water wise crops and are nature's fertilisers; releasing valuable nitrogen into the soil for future crops.

It’s hard to plan ahead but it’s worth getting organised and soaking your chickpeas in plenty of cold water in the fridge overnight. If you forget, you can cheat by doing a hot soak; and they will still only take a tad over an hour to cook like cold soaked ones.

Kabuli chickpeas are great in a curry, make a mean falafel, and are less fibrous than the desi variety so they make a delicious and smooth hummus.” - dirt(y) inc

thirteen dollars for one kilo 

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