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Ayocote Negro, a medium size black bean-Rancho Gordo, Heirloom beans.
Cooked Ayocote Negro beans with a side of cut up queso fresco-Rancho Gordo, Heirloom beans.
Ayocote Negro soup topped with fried tortilla strips-Rancho Gordo, Heirloom beans.

Ayocote Negro Bean

Regular price $ 7.25

1 Lb Bag

Description
Produced in Mexico, this thick-skinned bean is big and beautiful. Not your average black bean. It's a firm bean but goes from dense to creamy with continued cooking.

Ayocote Negro are firm without being starchy and have a darker, inky bean broth than other runner beans enjoy. They are large, bold and one of the first beans we recommend if you're trying to sell a "steak and potatoes"-type on heirloom beans.

Originally from Oaxaca, Mexico, the Ayocote family was one of the first cultivated crops of the Americas. They are grown all over central and northern Mexico. If you plant them, you can enjoy the flowers, eat the pods as a broad bean, or shell them fresh for shelling beans.

Please note that this is not a traditional black turtle bean. When cooked, it's very similar to the Ayocote Morado or even Scarlet Runner. For a traditional turtle bean, we suggest our Midnight Black bean.

Cooking Suggestions
From the Rancho Gordo Kitchen
Cooking Instructions
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Similar to

Ayocote Morado, Ayocote Amarillo, Scarlet Runner

Latin name

Phaseolus coccineus

Country of origin

Mexico

"Rancho Gordo beans are the best I have ever eaten. "

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Rancho Gordo-Xoxoc Project

These items are the results of our two companies working together since 2008 to help small farmers and producers continue to grow their indigenous products in Mexico, despite international trade policies that seem to discourage genetic diversity and local food traditions.

Product of Mexico. Produced in Mexico under the supervision of the Rancho Gordo-Xoxoc Project.


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