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Marrow Beans

This is a plump white bean with a creamy texture, it was popular in the U.S. in the 1850's as a baking bean. They have the flavor of bacon. Puree nicely--good for soup. Basic Bean Cooking Instructions Pick over beans and rinse thoroughly in cold water. Place cleaned beans in a bowl of fres...
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$9.51

Anasazi® Beans

This ancient heirloom bean has dramatic red and white markings. It has a soft creamy texture and is considered an unusually tasty baking bean. Great with ham or Mexican dishes. also available in organic Basic Bean Cooking Instructions Pick over beans and rinse thoroughly in cold...
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$6.95

Orca Beans

This unusual bean is an heirloom variety from Mexico. This bean is very rare in the United States. Cooks love these beans. Blends well with fresh corn. Basic Bean Cooking Instructions Pick over beans and rinse thoroughly in cold water. Place cleaned beans in a bowl of fresh cold water, cove...
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$14.35

Mortgage Lifter Beans

This bean was cultivated by Native Americans in the southwestern part of North America. Chef's described it as being "...full-bodied, almost meaty in texture, having a nutty flavor, with a remarkably good aftertaste. Basic Bean Cooking Instructions Pick over beans and rinse thoroughly in ...
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$7.89

Pigeon Peas (Beans)

The Pigeon Pea (Cajanus Indicus) originated in the Indian subcontinent. Pigeon Peas are actually a bean. However, they are called peas due to their small size and shape. These beans are about 1/4 round, beige color with light brown speckles. The Pigeon Pea has a pungent flavor and mealy texture. ...
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$7.39

Organic Light Red Kidney Beans

Rich in flavor. Excellent in soups, chili and casseroles. A tasty garnish on salads. An excellent source of protein and iron. Nutrition Facts Serving Size: 1/4 cup dry (38 g) (approx. 1/2 cup cooked) Nutrient Amount %DV Calories 70 Calories from Fat 0 Total Fat 0 g 0% Sa...
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$9.45

Butterscotch Beans

are white with a big light brown spot around the eye. They date back to 1860's in New England, used for "Boston Baked Beans". Preferred for "Hoppin' John" in the South. Basic Bean Cooking Instructions Pick over beans and rinse thoroughly in cold water. Place cleaned beans in a bowl of fresh ...
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$7.45

Paris Bistro Bean Soup Mix

This is a mix of different beans, specially created to make a great and colorful Bean Soup. also available in organic Basic Bean Cooking Instructions Pick over beans and rinse thoroughly in cold water. Place cleaned beans in a bowl of fresh cold water, cover and soak for 3 to 8 hours o...
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$15.70

Corona Beans

Corona beans are larger than the standard lima and are cream colored and plump, with a shape almost like a half moon. They are also known as sweet white runners and make a good substitute for the gigante beans grown in Europe. They have a pleasing texture and hold their shape well in marinated sa...
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$10.33

Organic European Soldier Beans

long , white beans with "toy soldier" markings in red at the "eye". Well known in early New England times. Great baker and soup bean. Basic Bean Cooking Instructions Pick over beans and rinse thoroughly in cold water. Place cleaned beans in a bowl of fresh cold water, cover and soak for 3 t...
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$8.34

Cranberry Beans

These beans are related to the Tongues of Fire Beans. Very popular for Spanish, Italian and Portuguese dishes. They are ivory in color with red markings, sometimes red with ivory markings. available in organic Basic Bean Cooking Instructions Pick over beans and rinse thoroughly in cold...
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$15.71

Yellow Indian Woman Beans

This small oval bean was grown and passed down for generations in a family that came from Sweden and finally settled in Montana. It is being described as light and tender. Stueben Yellow Eye Beans is a great substitute for the Yellow Indian Woman Beans. Basic Bean Cooking Instructions Pi...
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