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A logo'd Rancho Gordo box full of heirloom beans and a tabloid-size flyer describing the beans, with recipes.

Desert Island Sampler

Regular price $ 31.95

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Please don't ask me to tell you the name of my favorite bean. It changes daily! I love all the heirlooms we grow for different reasons. But if I were to be sent to a desert island, these are the five varieties I couldn't do without, even though I'd probably have a different list tomorrow. —Steve

(Please Note: We will ship the following beans. This may vary from the photo at left.)

DOMINGO ROJO: A classic red bean, essential to dishes like New Orleans Red Beans & Rice, and equally important to many Caribbean cuisines. Domingo Rojo holds its shape when cooked, and the thick bean broth coats every rice grain or noodle with a luxurious sauce.

MIDNIGHT BLACK: Midnight is a true black turtle bean with a rich, traditional black bean flavor and texture. Use in any recipe calling for black or turtle beans or just enjoy on their own. These are incredibly fresh so little, if any, soaking is required.

ALUBIA BLANCA: Classic Alubia beans are one of our more requested items. You can use these small white European-style beans in all kinds of cooking, from Yankee baked beans to soups to Italian "beans on toast." They have a thin skin but still manage to hold their shape, making them ideal for salads.

CLASSIC CRANBERRY: Cranberry beans only look like cranberries. And even then, I don't quite see it. Originally from South America, these beans have been bred around the world and have become Madeira, Borlotti, Tounges of Fire, Wren's Egg and many more. This is the classic from Colombia and are perfect for any recipe calling for a "cranberry" bean.

GARBANZO: A slightly nutty-flavored classic bean, essential for Middle Eastern, Mexican, and European cooking. New-crop harvest ensures quicker cooking and fresher flavor.

"Without Sando's vision, many delicious bean varieties would have remained unknown and possibly become extinct."

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