Spiral Organic brand - they're the only one I can find that are BPA free and organic. Spiral Organic are also the importers of the canned beans I prefer to use - Eden Organic. They're not that much more expensive than the organic canned beans you buy at Coles and Woolworths, but have the advantage of not coming in a BPA lined tin and are also cooked in kombu. Kombu is a kelp that adds nutrients when used to cook beans and also improves their digestibility.I'm struggling with tomatoes and are still buying them canned. Next time tomatoes are super cheap at the market I plan to buy up big and preserve them myself. In the meantime, I'm trying mostly to just use fresh tomatoes, but having a couple of cans in the pantry is a great backup. I buy the
If you're wanting to start soaking, here's a guide on how to do it:-
1. Soak beans in about three times their volume of warm water (i.e. one cup of beans to 3 cups of water).