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  • rattlesnake beans

    Rattlesnake Beans

    From: $ 10

    A hybrid of Pinto beans, the name Rattlesnake comes from the pods that are tightly curled like a snake that is resting and have the same markings as the rattlesnake. Rattlesnake beans are hearty and have a distinctive earthy flavor and fine texture.

    Ingredients: Rattlesnake Beans
    Weight 1 lbs
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  • scarlette runner

    Scarlet Runner Beans

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    This beautiful large bean is usually purple with mottled black but can often be lavender. The Scarlet Runner Bean, named for its flower, has a long history in Great Britain and other parts of Europe. It can be picked young when both pod and beans can be eaten and has a dense texture and nutty flavor.

    Ingredients: Scarlet Runner Beans
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  • small white beans

    Small White Beans

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    Small and oval with a refined texture and delicate flavor, small white beans are part of the larger white bean family. They easily absorb flavors and are ideal for soups, baked beans and herb infused salads.

     

    Ingredients: Small White Beans
    Weight 1 lbs
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  • tarbis bean

    Tarbais Beans

    From: $ 25

    The classic bean used in making Cassoulet, these beans have a thin skin and get very creamy while remaining whole.  Excellent cooked simply and dressed in a vinaigrette too.

    Ingredients: Tarbais Beans
    Weight 1 lbs
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  • tongues of fire beans

    Tongues Of Fire Beans

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    The Tongue of Fire Bean was originally from South America then it slowly found its way to Italy. It is the relative of the Cranberry bean. Deep umber and burgundy with light brown-colored markings, that resemble fire flames. Tongues of Fire have a fresh flavor and absorbent nature.

    Ingredients: Tongues Of Fire Beans
    Weight 1 lbs
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  • white emergo bean

    White Emergo Beans

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    Extra large and plump with a creamy texture, with a shape almost like a half moon. White Emergo are also known as sweet white runner beans. Popular in French cuisine, and makes a good substitute for the gigante beans grown in Europe.

    Ingredients: White Emergo Beans
    Weight 1 lbs
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  • yellow eye bean

    Yellow Eye Peas

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    Yellow Eyes are ivory-colored and large and with a beautiful mustard colored spot in the middle. It is said to go back at least to 1860, the ancient legume has a mild flavor and firm texture and is highly recommended for making New England-style baked beans.

    Ingredients: Yellow Eye Peas
    Weight 1 lbs
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  • black beluga

    Black Beluga Lentils

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    This is one of the smallest of the lentils. It has a shiny black color and is easy to cook. Black Beluga Lentils makes a great garnish, and can be great addition in soups and salads. After cooking they may look like caviar.

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  • chana dal yellow

    Chana Dal Yellow Lentil

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    Chana Dal is made by splitting a smaller cousin of the chickpea. Chana Daal has a nutty flavor and is commonly used in dry curries, vegetables, meats and also as a flour. It cooks fairly quickly and does not need soaking before being cooked.

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