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Shel_B

Can You Name These Beans?

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Sweetie brought me a pound of these beans the other day, and I want to cook 'em up today.  It might help to know what they are, maybe even some characteristics.  Any help?  Thanks!

 

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 ... Shel


 

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definitely agree with Jacob's Cattle beans which we used to grow out on the East end when I was young.  We would eat some when they were young but most we let dry and used to make soups with over the winter with some ham.........


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I'm thirding the Jacob's Cattle assessment.  Jacob's Cattle are among my favourite beans, too!

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Thanks to all for your suggestions.  Much appreciate.


 ... Shel


 

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For names, I was going to suggest Francis Scott, Rudyard, Pierre-Auguste, Giacomo, Nikolai, Pierre-Geoffreay, Oweyn, Filbert, Miles, Rauf, Geffron, and Denston.

 

But I see you have your own agenda.  So yeah, go with that.


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