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Rancho Gordo's Good Mother Stallard heirloom beans
Cooked Good Mother Stallard beans mixed with Wild Rice, Rancho Gordo - Heirloom beans
Good Mother Stallard, a small dark red bean with white marketings, Rancho Gordo - Heirloom beans

Good Mother Stallard Bean

Regular price $ 7.50

1 Lb Bag - Sold Out

Deep rich flavor, velvety texture and an addicting bean broth make Good Mother Stallard almost everyone's favorite bean.

I hate when anyone asks me to name my favorite bean. Can you name a favorite child? No! But if I had favorites, I'd certainly have to consider Good Mother Stallards.

Dense and delicious, they also exude the most perfect pot liquor of any bean. Just this bean, some onion, garlic and a splash of olive oil are all you need for cooking and the result is a luscious bean fiesta.

Most likely bred in Virginia, and given its memorable name in the 1930s. We've been growing this beloved bean on the West Coast and have had some disappointing harvests. We should give up but it's a favorite among customers and staff, so we’re still investing the time and energy to bring them to you.

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Similar to

Whipple, Eye of the Goat

Latin name

Phaseolus vulgaris

Country of origin


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