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Heirloom Brown Tepary Bean - 24 oz

$10.00
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Grown and harvested by Ramona Farms in Sacaton, Arizona, a community on the Gila River reservation in Arizona. Indigenous to the American Southwest, tepary beans were grown by Native communities for their drought tolerance and offer a rich source of fiber and protein with a low glycemic index.

Brown tepary beans have a slightly nuttier, earthier flavor than white or brown tepary beans. They're meaty, dense, and hold their shape when cooked. Use in place of any dry bean!

24 oz

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Vee Francis
Huckleberry BBQ sauce safely Sweet Delight

I am a vegan but only cross that line by supporting the beekeeping industry. I have a passion for berries and savoring diverse varies like huckleberry, June berries and juniper berries. I cannot consume high levels of sugar so I when this BBQ sauce arrived with 2 other flavors maple syrups and the Blue corn mushrooms, the mush and the BBQ sauce were good to go.

I made a mock fowl entree with plain Pumpu cubes with the sauce and bok choy leaves. This filing was added to wedges of gluten free roti skin. My Harmless Hot Pockets ( wrapped in foil to keep the pea based wedges seperate till consumption) will be a standard fare now.

I would buy the huckleberry sauce at any grocery store in town, if they stocked it there. I will inquire with Wegmans. Dried or powdered huckleberries would be my preferred option to make my own sauce with no cane sugar added. I would have used date and maple syrup to make my own sauce.

I will have to dilute the maple syrup with plain maple syrups that I already have to reduce the sugar content. I can then add either flavor to my blue corn mush.

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shebasocal
Great Tasting

I substituted them for pinto beans in my recipe and everyone loved them. The nutritional value is phenomenal in comparison with more protein and fiber and low glycemic.

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Diane Dubiel
Great beans, Fast shipping

These beans have an earthy, lovely flavor. They must have a thick outer skin. I used a crock pot to cook them and they took forever (like 12 hours) but well worth the time. I used a recipe directly from Ramona's website and they were delicious.

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Marial Quezada
One of our favorites

This is one of our favorite beans to cook and eat. They are naturally delicious and filling. Best when cooked with chile guajillo .

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Sarah
Lovely Beans

The brown tepary beans were super clean. No rocks to be found. After an overnight soak they cooked up well, although slowly over about 4-5 hours but they were creamy. I put them into a 3 sisters stew with blue posole and roasted squash along with spices and it was delicious!

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