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Anasazi Beans

Anasazi Beans

An heirloom dried bean that is dark red and white. It has a somewhat sweet-taste and known as a traditional Native American food for over a thousand years. The Anasazi bean may cause less flatulence and is widely used in southwestern recipes like chili, soups, and for refried beans. It is named after the Anasazi cliff dwelling people of the desert southwest. Settlers found the bean in the Anasazi ruins in the early 1900s.

Cranberry Beans

Cranberry Beans

October heirloom beans are light-colored with purplish-red streaks and dots. They have a meaty and nutty flavor. When dried, they are commonly called cranberry beans and sometimes fall beans. They usually ripen between the end of summer and the first frost. They are an Italian bean and a healthy part of the Mediterranean Diet. Click here to see how they look before being dried and shelled.

Yellow Eye Beans

Yellow Eye Beans

This heirloom bean is ivory colored with tiny mustard colored markings surrounding the "eye" on the inner seam of the bean. It has a mild and almost sweet flavor described as similar to a potato. It is the most popular baking bean in Maine. When cooked, it has a smooth, almost creamy texture. Yellow Eye Beans are said to date back to the 17th Century.

Heirloom 3-Bean Medley

Heirloom 3-Bean Medley

Momma Mia's Heirloom 3-Bean Medley (Anasazi Beans, Cranberry Beans, Yellow Eye Beans) is an excellent choice for any cuisine and sure to be a conversation piece among those who enjoy dining on recipes that include this ingredient.