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Yellow Eye Beans

The cooked beans are soft and smooth. Mild enough to take on any flavors you use during cooking, even paired with mirepoix from the Farmers' Market is revolutionary. The more you cook with these beans, the more we know you'll love them. Perfect for adding flavor and body to stews (throw in a ham hock!) or making baked beans they can also be used in curries or health-minded wraps with ingredients like roasted chicken, avocado and cilantro pesto.

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Steve Sando

Heirloom beans are a crop that are indigenous to the Americas. Yet, for some reason, they have largely been forgotten. Steve Sando has set out on a mission to change that by growing, harvesting and reviving a full lineup of new world bean varietals. Favorites of Chefs across the country (and us!), Steve is a prime example of what it means to follow you passion.

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Hierloom Cranberry Beans

Produced by nature and cultivated by world cultures through thousands of years, heirloom beans are untouched by genetic sciences or modern technology. These beans were first bred in Colombia before finding their way up to North America and across the globe. Used in Italian, Spanish and Portuguese cuisine, Cranberry beans are plump and pale pink with maroon markings. 

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Hierloom Cranberry Beans

Produced by nature and cultivated by world cultures through thousands of years, heirloom beans are untouched by genetic sciences or modern technology. These beans were first bred in Colombia before finding their way up to North America and across the globe. Used in Italian, Spanish and Portuguese cuisine, Cranberry beans are plump and pale pink with maroon markings. 

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Garbanzo Beans

While garbanzos aren't a true "new world" bean, the Rancho Gordo team loved them so much that they decided to introduce them as a new crop in California. One of the oldest cultivated vegetables with 7,500 year-old remains found in the middle east these heirloom beans provide a good source of protein that can be enjoyed year-round. 

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Samantha & Jason

As one of Los Angeles’ most prominent DJ couples, Samantha Duenas (aka So Super Sam) and Jason Stewart (aka Them Jeans) not only share an innate love for music but you’ve got it - food. After taking a single glance at either one of their Instagram accounts, you’ll soon realize how deep their appreciation for good eating truly goes - especially when it comes to eggs. We spent an afternoon with the couple talking about some of their favorite dishes while they cooked up an incredible meal with a few of our artisanal ingredients.

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