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Flourist Navy Beans: A Cooking Guide

Our Flourist Navy Beans are a great alternative to canned beans as they cook up fast and are high in protein and fibre. Their texture makes them ideal for soups, dips, and salads. The creamy texture of our Navy Beans also makes them ideal for blending into delicious dips. 

Our Flourist Navy Beans are grown by H&M Farms in Altona, Manitoba. Learn more about our farmers here.

Boiling Method
Soak Navy Beans for 6-24 hours before cooking in plenty of cold water. When ready to cook, drain and rinse in cold water. Transfer to a pot and cover with plenty of cold water. Bring to a boil on high heat, cover, and reduce the heat to maintain a gentle rolling boil. Cook until the beans are soft and tender, about 30-35 minutes. Drain and rinse well with cold water.

Instant Pot 
We do not recommend cooking Flourist Navy Beans with an Instant Pot. We tried many times are we unsuccessful in creating consistently cooked beans.

Storage Tips
Once the Navy Beans are cooked, we recommend to store them in the refrigerator covered in cold water. Navy Beans will keep for up to 5 days stored this way. We recommend to rinse the beans and replace the cold water every few days if you are storing them for more than 2-3 days. 

Nutritional Notes
Navy Beans contain large amounts of copper, which aids in producing collagen in the body. This is great for keeping your skin healthy and elastic. 

Navy Beans are high in protein and fibre and low in fat. One cup of cooked Navy Beans has about 19g of fibre, which is about half of what is recommended daily for adults. Because of the amount of fibre in Navy Beans, they are great for lowering your appetite as they fill you up, making them great for weight control. 

Iron is something that is very important in your diet, and one cup of cooked Navy Beans provides about a quarter of what is recommended. They are also high in two B vitamins and manganese, which are great for brain health, energy, heart health, and the maintaining of healthy body weight.

Stock up on Flourist Navy Beans here, and browse our Navy Bean recipes here.

Browse our entire selection of Flourist Cooking Guides here.

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Your navy beans worked GREAT in my instant pot! Try this recipe. These recipe creators are right on – if you need your beans cooked longer, add to your pressure cooking time. I used cooking molasses as I didn’t have any blackstrap, and they were turned out great. Rave reviews from family members. https://www.pressurecookrecipes.com/instant-pot-baked-beans/

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