Garbanzo beans (chickpeas) are a very good source of folic acid, fiber, and manganese. They are also a good source of protein, as well as minerals such as iron, copper, zinc, and magnesium. As a good source of fiber, garbanzo beans can help lower cholesterol and improve blood sugar levels. Garbanzo beans are an extremely-low-fat, complete protein food. Recipe...... Take several pounds of organic dry chickpeas (garbanzos) and soak them overnight in fresh spring water. Then rinse them thoroughly and spread them on a cookie sheet. Splash Bragg Amino Acid all over them, toss them around a little so they are even on the cookie sheet and place them in a pre-heated 350 degree oven for about 40 minutes or until they are crispy and delicious. Take them out periodically to move them around a little so they don't stick to the cookie sheet. Try them, they are really amazing and fat free. Don't salt or oil them, the Bragg Amino Acid is all you need for flavor besides the garbanzo beans are favorable on their own. A perfect a "no oil" hummus, which I think is pretty good. Soak organic garbanzo beans over night. Then thoroughly rinse them the next day. Ingredients are as follows: 2 cups of organic garbanzo beans 1 tbs. of cumin seed 1 tbs. of hulled sesame 2 organic lemons 4 cloves of organic garlic Put the garbanzo beans and the juice of two lemons in a food processor with a little water and blend. Add a little more water until the beans have a smooth consistency. Then add the one tbs. each of cumin and sesame seed and then the four cloves of garlic. Blend the hummus until it has a delicious smooth consistency. You can taste it and add more lemon, garlic, cumin or sesame to your liking.
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