Fava or Faba Beans are one of the oldest domesticated food legumes. They have been part of the Middle Eastern diet since at least since the 4th century.
We started growing them as part of our crop rotation some 30 years ago.
They are a great source of protein, fibre, iron, B vitamins, potassium, magnesium and many other beneficial nutrients.
Dried faba beans, when cooked and peeled, have a texture similar to cooked chickpeas but slightly softer.
Dried faba beans can be enjoyed year-round. They are more economical than canned beans, and when you soak and cook them they do not contain unnecessary additives like sodium (plus you don’t have to worry about potentially toxic BPA can linings).
Most forms of fava beans need to be peeled before eating, unless they have already been prepped. It’s a time-consuming process, but not difficult at all. We have outlined the peeling process in our recipe section.
Great for salads, sides, curry, casseroles or in risotto.
- 100% Natural
- High Plant Protein
- High Fibre
- Naturally Gluten Free
- Suitable for Vegans, Vegetarian and Flexitarian
Australian Whole Faba Beans 350g
Nutritional Information Panel
Australian Whole Faba Beans
Serving Size 50g. Serving Per Pack 7.
Ave Qty Per 50g Ave Qty Per 100g Energy 675kj 1350kj Protein 12.9g 25.7g Total Fat Less than 1g 1.6g Saturated Less than 1g Less than 1g
20.6g 41.2g Sugars 1.7g 3.3g Dietary Fibre 4.9g 9.7g Sodium 11mg 21mg Gluten - -