Drying Beans

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Black Turtle Bean (Soup, Baking, Dry) (Bush) 114 g

Black Turtle Bean (Soup, Baking, Dry) (Bush) 114 g

100 days. Great soup bean. Small, black beans, 4-5/pod. Seeds have a very delicate skin, and when cooked, make a creamy soup. Good drought tolerance, some bean beetle resistance.
$6.50

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Black Turtle Bean (Soup, Baking, Dry) (Bush) 28 g

Black Turtle Bean (Soup, Baking, Dry) (Bush) 28 g

100 days. Great soup bean. Small, black beans, 4-5/pod. Seeds have a very delicate skin, and when cooked, make a creamy soup. Good drought tolerance, some bean beetle resistance. Pkt
$2.95

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Jacob's Cattle (Trout) Bean (Soup, Baking, Dry) (Bush) 28 g

Jacob's Cattle (Trout) Bean (Soup, Baking, Dry) (Bush) 28 g

86 days. [A popular heirloom in northern areas, though it was likely developed in Virginia by Jacob Trout.] Known for its beautiful and distinctive seed color pattern. The large, kidney-shaped beans are spotted with maroon markings on a white coat. Excellent for baking and soups. Pkt.
$2.15

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Jacob's Cattle (Trout) Bean (Soup, Baking, Dry) (Bush) 454 g

Jacob's Cattle (Trout) Bean (Soup, Baking, Dry) (Bush) 454 g

86 days. [A popular heirloom in northern areas, though it was likely developed in Virginia by Jacob Trout.] Known for its beautiful and distinctive seed color pattern. The large, kidney-shaped beans are spotted with maroon markings on a white coat. Excellent for baking and soups.
$9.25

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Jacob's Cattle (Trout) Bean (Soup, Baking, Dry) (Bush) 114 g

Jacob's Cattle (Trout) Bean (Soup, Baking, Dry) (Bush) 114 g

86 days. [A popular heirloom in northern areas, though it was likely developed in Virginia by Jacob Trout.] Known for its beautiful and distinctive seed color pattern. The large, kidney-shaped beans are spotted with maroon markings on a white coat. Excellent for baking and soups.
$4.50

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Jacob's Cattle (Trout) Bean (Soup, Baking, Dry) (Bush) 228 g

Jacob's Cattle (Trout) Bean (Soup, Baking, Dry) (Bush) 228 g

86 days. [A popular heirloom in northern areas, though it was likely developed in Virginia by Jacob Trout.] Known for its beautiful and distinctive seed color pattern. The large, kidney-shaped beans are spotted with maroon markings on a white coat. Excellent for baking and soups.
$6.75

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Small Red Bean (Soup, Baking, Dry) (Bush) 28 g

Small Red Bean (Soup, Baking, Dry) (Bush) 28 g

75 days. 14 in. tall semi-bush plants tend to sprawl a bit, and produce small dark-red beans. Very productive. 4-6 beans/pod. Pkt (97 seeds)
$2.95

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Sulphur Bean (Soup, Baking, Dry) (Bush) 14 g

Sulphur Bean (Soup, Baking, Dry) (Bush) 14 g

55/85 days. [~1839. First known as 'China Yellow.Â’] Known for its short cooking time, distinctive flavor and its ability to form a thick gravy when baked or boiled. Though not very productive it is an old favorite, highly respected and much in demand by the mountain folks of North Carolina,...
$2.25

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