They hold their shape when cooked.
They have a nutty taste.
The plant delivers very high yields, means they’re actually not expensive.
The lentils can be sprouted.
In Spain, Pardina lenils are grown near the Pyrenees. Since circa 1985, Spanish Pardina Lentils being grown in the US (Canadian growers have had no luck so far.) By 1999, of the 20,000 metric tons bought in Spain last year, 19,000 come from the United States.
These lentils like a climate that is not dry, but that doesn’t get too much rainfall, either, and parts of the states, such as Idaho and Montana, can provide that.
115 days from seed.
1 part Pardina Lentils
2 parts water
Rinse lentils; boil for 20 minutes, and drain.