Black Tamburo soybeans 150g

There are many varieties of black soybeans in Japan. The variety we have selected, the black Tambaguro soybean is a black soybean originating from the province of Tamba.

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Land suitable for growing black Tambaguro soybeans is limited even in Japan. Cultivation requires much more effort than for normal black soybeans and they have a much lower yield, but the delicious, healthy beans make them some of the most popular high-quality black beans in Japan. The beans are very large, perfectly round, with a very soft, smooth texture. They have a delicate flavour and a naturally sweet taste. The quality is due to the richness of the soil; a red soil, very pure water, and big temperature variations over the seasons.

 

Cultivation of this soybean is passed down from generation to generation. A limited number of families continue to cultivate it, which increases its scarcity every year. This black soybean is reputed for being the best in the world.

Black soybeans can be eaten cooked or candied with poultry, game, grilled white fish or with pastries, ice creams or chocolates.

In Japan, they are essential for the New Year because they are said to bring success and happiness during the coming New Year.

Eating black soybeans is recommended to maintain a healthy appetite and good health.

The numerous elements and nutrients in black Tambaguro soybeans contribute to a healthy diet.

 

 

  • Weight 100 g net
  • Ingredients : 100% black tambaguro soybeans (glycine max)
  • Storage : Store away from light, heat and moisture
  • Origin : Hyogo, Japan
  • Allergenics : soya
  • Nutritional values : Per 100 g : energy 412 kcal (1729 kJ) ; fat 19 g, of which saturates 2,6 g ; carbohydrate 26 g, of which sugars 9,2 g ; protein 35 g ; salt traces

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Black Tamburo soybeans 150g

Black Tamburo soybeans 150g

There are many varieties of black soybeans in Japan. The variety we have selected, the black Tambaguro soybean is a black soybean originating from the province of Tamba.

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