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Pinto beans in Poland


BLS 65 | 188
23 Nov 2011  #1
Are pinto beans available in Poland? They are very popular in Mexico - used primarily for refried beans.
ShawnH 8 | 1,497
23 Nov 2011  #2
fasola pinto? Why re-fry them? Aren't they good enough the first time around?
Sidliste_Chodov 1 | 441
23 Nov 2011  #3
Why re-fry them?

They aren't "re-fried" - it's a mistranslation ;)
peterweg 36 | 2,316
23 Nov 2011  #4
You don't have to use pinto beans, other will do.
PocztaGuy
24 Nov 2011  #5
You can find pinto beans on Allegro, and often in natural food stores in PL.

sklepdietetyczny.pl/product_info.php?products_id=452
weetzielynn - | 8
25 Nov 2011  #6
I found raw pinto beans at a store called "Kuchnie Swiata" at a mall in Gdansk. That store is a chain, so they should have other locations around Poland. Otherwise, I found canned refried beans (imported from Mexico...pretty good quality) at Alma and Bomi. Hope that helps!
OP BLS 65 | 188
25 Nov 2011  #7
I found something at Kaufland that looks similar - however, I don't recognize the name: kolorowe fasola jednolita czerwona. I understand what the individual words mean, but I don't know the English equivalent - any ideas?

Thanks to all!!!

BTW, the information on the counter at Kaufland reads "fasola czerwona cętkowana", not what is written on the packaging. Spotted red beans - seems I am in the neighborhood of pinto beans...
beckski 12 | 1,617
27 Nov 2011  #8
I found raw pinto beans at a store called "Kuchnie Swiata"

I'm wondering if canned pinto beans are also available, at some stores in Poland.
OP BLS 65 | 188
4 Sep 2012  #9
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Black beans in Krakow



Where can I find black beans in Krakow? I prefer dry beans, but canned are also acceptable. I scoured Stary Kleparz and Hala Targowa today to no avail. Thanks to any and all constructive input!
peterweg 36 | 2,316
4 Sep 2012  #10
Tried Alma? they sell Mexican food. I remember buying some there or the world food shop, Kuchnie Świata

kuchnieswiata.com.pl/sklepy.html

Very expensive in a tin, however.
aphrodisiac 11 | 2,445
5 Sep 2012  #11
why can't you replace them with white beans, there is plenty in Poland and they are inexpensive.
dtaylor5632 18 | 2,007
5 Sep 2012  #12
Or go to the international deli in Krakow and buy them?
inkrakow 1 | 98
5 Sep 2012  #13
I'm pretty sure I've seen them in Kuchnie Swiata in Galeria Krakowska. Try also the two health food shops on ul. Krupnicza.
GabiDaHun 2 | 152
5 Sep 2012  #14
Depends if you're talking about the fermented soy type or the Mexican type. I have to no avail found fermented Chinese black beans anywhere.

Kuchnie iata in Galeria Krakowska do, however, have dried black beans... not what I was after and a little expensive, but if you're desperate...
phtoa 9 | 236
5 Sep 2012  #15
black beans in Krakow?

Go to Meiselsa no. 5 in Kazimierz.
A few months ago an all organic fast food place opened, they for sure have black beans, and I am sure they'd sell some to you if ur desperate :-)
OP BLS 65 | 188
6 Sep 2012  #16
I found canned black beans today at Carrefour - this shop typically carries a nice variety of foods from around the world. They also had refried beans and refried black beans.

Each can was around 6-7 zł - I don't know how that compares to prices at Alma or Kuchnie Swiata. I am still hoping to find dry beans, so the search continues...
DoraAndWagner - | 1
1 Dec 2012  #17
Hi:),

we have found some in "Real" from a company called Florpak- you can check them on internet:)
Good luck and take care:)
Dora


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