Should I Avoid Canned Black Beans To Remain Gluten Free?


Today, we’re going to be answering the question: are canned black beans gluten-free? And looking out for the warning signs and ingredients to avoid when purchasing beans.

What Are Black Beans?

Black beans are part of the legumes family. You may also know them as turtle beans. This is because they have a hard exterior and an almost shell-like appearance. Like other legumes, black beans are extremely good for you.

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If you buy black beans dry and in their purest form, they should be gluten-free. They will have no additives and will be as natural as they come.

Are Black Beans Gluten-Free?

Yes. Whether it’s black beans, pinto beans, garbanzo beans – naturally, they are all gluten-free. And all work well in a gluten-free diet.

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Are Canned Black Beans Gluten-Free?

The answer to this question is a little more vague. This is because canned black beans (and any canned beans) are at a far higher risk of containing gluten than if you purchase them to try.

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I hope this article has helped to answer the question: are canned black beans gluten-free? And give you some ideas on where to shop for your beans.

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