Jen Hoogervorst

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Humans have domesticated beans at various times in various regions. Over millennia, growers have selected for large seeds, bushy growth habit, color (beans are very colorful!), hardiness to local growing conditions, disease resistance, ease of cooking, and good flavor. Let’s take a trip back in time to learn more about the colorful history of beans.

Similarly pleasing to see and to taste, heirloom beans have a long and colorful past.

Chinese red noodle beans - are unusual red colour, up to 22" long and are sweet and tender. The red colour holds in stir-fries and sautes but is lost in longer cooking.

Chinese red noodle beans - are unusual red colour, up to long and are sweet and tender. The red colour holds in stir-fries and sautes but is lost in longer cooking.

"Tongue of Fire" heirloom bean; beans are indigenous to the New World and have long been a mainstay of the American diet.

Tongue Of Fire (Italian). The fresh shell beans are large and round. The stringless pods can be eaten and marketed young as snap beans. The beans retain their flavor whether fresh, frozen, or canned.

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