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Beluga lens

Beluga lens

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Alb-Leisa of the Beluga lentil variety in a 500g folding box: A small-seeded lentil variety with a deep black shell.

This Alb-Leisa variety has a delicate taste and is reminiscent of roasted chestnuts. The prepared beluga lentil has a slightly creamy consistency.
Which lentils taste best? In our opinion, it is difficult to answer whether these are really beluga lentils. Our experience shows that every type of lentil has its own fans and of course in the end it all depends on the cooked lentil dish itself!

The Beluga lentil, like all of our Alb-Leisa varieties, is grown in the Swabian Alb and in the Alb foothills by the farmers of our organic producer group. The organic lenses are certified according to Bioland's cultivation guidelines.

Soaking the lentils before cooking is not necessary. The lentils are cooked for 20-30 minutes in approximately twice the amount of water. Add salt only after cooking. In a pressure cooker the cooking time is halved.


Nutritional values ​​& analysis results based on 100 g
Energy kJ / kcal: 1150 kJ / 275 kcal
Fat: 1.6g
of which saturated fatty acids: 0.2 g
Carbohydrates: 40.6g
of which sugar: 1.1 g
Fiber: 17.0 g
Protein: 23.4 g
Salt: 0.02g

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The spiciness changes during storage!



Robust varieties, easy to grow

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  • Yellow (with pine nuts and cashews)
  • Red garlic pesto (with dried and marinated tomatoes)

Hearty spreads


  • Mustard and paste have a shelf life of 2 years from the date of bottling
  • Spreads 1 year
  • Pickled 2 years
  • Pestos have a best before date of 1 year
  • Garlic salt 4 years

Please store in a cool place (after opening in the refrigerator) and protected from light!

  • Garlic variety

    We were amazed to discover how many different types of garlic have emerged around the world. We would also like to grow a small selection here on the Hochberg. That's why we test new, interesting varieties every year.

  • Biological Diversity available in our garlic field. We do not use weed killers, insecticides or artificial fertilizers. We regulate the weeds mechanically...and that's actually hard work. Especially if you have to weed by hand. But as a reward for this we have a wonderful diversity of species!

  • Ingredients and quality

    We only use organic ingredients, wherever possible from the region. We are also growers of Alb lentils ourselves. We get first-class cleaned lentils from the house next door as an ingredient for our lentil spreads. We purchase rapeseed oil from the Bauschatz organic farm nearby. Most of our products bear the Bioland logo and are strictly inspected annually by ABCert. Hygiene and quality assurance is carried out by the BAV INSTITUT. We are also a member of Slow Food Germany.

  • packaging and shipping

    We work with an environmental printing company. The labels and leaflets are printed in an environmentally friendly way. The use of organic printing inks and organic varnishes based on renewable raw materials as well as suitable adhesives and additives also contribute to the conservation of resources. When shipping, we take great care to ensure that there is no waste, everything is made of paper.