Primary Beans Organic Flor de Junio beans
Primary Beans Organic Flor de Junio beans
Primary Beans Organic Flor de Junio beans
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Flor de Junio beans (organic)

Sweet • Creamy • Smooth
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Net weight: 1 lb (454 g)

A long-standing favorite from Central Mexico, celebrated for its pink-purple marbling and remarkable flavor. Flor de Junio is a versatile alternative to pinto, and pairs beautifully with spicy salsas.
~16 g of plant protein      •      Complex carbs for sustained energy      •      12-20 grams of fiber      •      Key nutrients (iron, zinc, folate, and more!)      •      ~16 g of plant protein      •      Complex carbs for sustained energy      •      12-20 grams of fiber      •      Key nutrients (iron, zinc, folate, and more!)      •      ~16 g of plant protein      •      Complex carbs for sustained energy      •      12-20 grams of fiber      •      Key nutrients (iron, zinc, folate, and more!)      •      ~16 g of plant protein      •      Complex carbs for sustained energy      •      12-20 grams of fiber      •      Key nutrients (iron, zinc, folate, and more!)      •      ~16 g of plant protein      •      Complex carbs for sustained energy      •      12-20 grams of fiber      •      Key nutrients (iron, zinc, folate, and more!)
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Sourcing notes

Growing region: Zacatecas, Mexico
Farm: Hacienda Chichimequillas
Farmer: Armando Klein

The state of Zacatecas, northwest of Mexico City, is the original site for some of the world’s first beans. With its rich history of thriving nomadic tribes as old as the Aztecs, Zacatecas’s sunny, semi-arid climate and rich red soil is home to thousands of small-scale farms that are leading producers of guavas, chiles, nopales, and, of course, beans. Our farm partner, Armando, is dedicated to growing and promoting organic agriculture and crops that are important symbols of regional identity and cultural tradition.

Bean farm in Minnesota, USA

Sourcing notes

Bean farm in Minnesota, USA

Growing region: Zacatecas, Mexico
Farm: Hacienda Chichimequillas
Farmer: Armando Klein

The state of Zacatecas, northwest of Mexico City, is the original site for some of the world’s first beans. With its rich history of thriving nomadic tribes as old as the Aztecs, Zacatecas’s sunny, semi-arid climate and rich red soil is home to thousands of small-scale farms that are leading producers of guavas, chiles, nopales, and, of course, beans. Our farm partner, Armando, is dedicated to growing and promoting organic agriculture and crops that are important symbols of regional identity and cultural tradition.

Primary Beans organic Flor de Junio beans

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Sandy S
Another great organic bean from your collection

I'm finding that my (aging) body really prefers organic foods (and dislikes whatever residues of fertilizer or pesticides remains on the non-organic). As a result, your variety of organic beans are perfect for me. I wasn't raised in a bean-eating home, but I'm quickly learning how to do it with your beans. Not having to soak them is a great benefit because I can create a big Dutch oven full of beans and broths and let them simmer while I do other things. Then I portion them into small-ish glass containers for the freezer and top off with the bean juices. (I also save any leftover juice in a separate freezer container as if it was a sourdough starter for a future pot. Thanks for your beans and all your tips about how to make and use them!

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Yvonne Curtis
Seriously, wonderfully scrumptious!

Really.

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Martha D
Delicious!

I make weekly bean soup from this or other Primary Beans. I use homemade chicken broth, cumin, coriander, brown rice and some cooked bacon. Fabulous

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Kathryn Jackson
Primary Beans

I gave family and friends a pound of beans as part of their holiday gift. Everyone was pleased with the gift and wanted to know more about the company. I also made Pasta e Fagioli for Christmas Eve dinner. Everyone raved about it. I bought the $85 special last year and need to order beans again soon. Beans are a diet regular.

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Kevin Winstead
Great No soak, freshly harvested, healthy, beans

I used flora de junior and two other types Baya and another one in two types of chili recently. Each were delicious and you could taste the freshness.

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Sue Kubina
Canning beans

I canned 4 pints to have on hand for refried beans. We ate the rest- they are so much tastier than store bought!

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Robin Jeep
Delicious

All the bens are delicious. I like them soaked and pressure cooked. I followed your suggestions fir not soaking and your pressure time and they were still hard. Soaking first makes them perfect.