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High quality beans! Excellent buy.
I am very satisfy with the product and the company.
I eat these with yogurt, a few walnuts and blue berries. They are perfect.
Much like my father, I really like fresh pepper. I quite prefer peppercorns over already-ground pepper, the flavor is more intense. These peppercorns don't disappoint, easy to grind or use whole, they are just right and are full of flavor.
I am very please with my purchase, the gingers are good qualities , I purchased 5pounds and it was a large amount. It is best to buy it with Bulkeez than online store . The online ne store are expensive
I love my shipments of organic white rice, buckwheat, dates and prunes. Good quality.
The best costumer service ever received. Thank you so much
I was amazed at the quick timing & quality of the product .
So pleased to do business with folks who care about that !
Previously, I was a member of a food ordering club in my community. That had ended and I was looking for a place to order several organic items. Bulkeez fits the bill! It came quickly and was in perfect condition. I will be ordering from Bulkeez again!
Why are organic raw unsalted skinless peanuts so hard to find in the USA? US peanut farmers should not ALL be selling their crop and its oil to the commercial food industry. There is a large and growing number of consumers that shop for organic raw edible nuts, vegetables, grains and seeds.
Fresh and delicious
I've been eating my way through all the bulk wild rice offerings I can find online, and this one is very tasty. Excellent price as well. My first shipment went astray and they refilled promptly. So: great taste, cost and service.
As to how I prepare it (I literally eat wild rice every day because it is low in oxalates): soak one cup of wild rice 24 hours in water. Drain. Put into your brand of programed pressure cooker (I use Mealthy Multipot) and add 1 cup of filtered water. Cook on high for 15 minutes. Let steam release naturally (or 10 minutes). Open the pot; fluff the rice; eat with Himalayan salt and butter. Will keep in fridge for 4 days, or you can make larger amounts and freeze. Delicious!
The taste is positively reminiscent of the bulgur wheat taste I remember from home. The price is the lowest I could find when considering transportation costs, but still approximately double the high end prices payed in my home country. I am pleased with the store's service, transportation costs, and packaging.
Love Brazil nuts and these are tasty