PETITE BLACK LENTILS
Black Lentils are tiny, jet-black, lens-shaped legumes that are known for their nutrient density and striking visual appeal, similar to beluga caviar.
PETITE CRIMSON LENTILS
Petite Crimson Lentils are shelled, lens-shaped red legumes, about one-third the size of regular lentils. They are known for their quick-cooking nature and high protein content.
PETITE GOLDEN LENTILS
Petite Golden Lentils are shelled, lens-shaped yellow legumes, about one-third the size of standard lentils. They are known for their quick-cooking nature and high protein content.
Pigeon Peas are a technically beans, but are called peas due to their small, round appearance. They are firm and nutty, with a slightly sweet, strong earthy flavor.
Pink Beans are a tan to pinkish member of the legume family. Sometimes called chili beans for their popularity in this dish, they have a rich flavor and a slightly powdery texture.
PINTO BEAN POWDER
Pinto Bean powder offers a versatile, mild earthy flavor with a mealy texture that's great in dips, bean salsas, chili and soups.
The Pinto Bean is a speckled variety of common bean that is known for its creamy texture, mild flavor and ability to absorb flavors.
The Rattlesnake Bean, a relative of the pinto bean, has a tan to reddish-brown skin streaked and speckled with mahogany or dark brown, and a more assertive flavor than pintos.
RED CALYPSO BEANS
The Red Calypso Bean is a member of the legume family, offering nutrient-density, mild flavor and creamy texture alongside its dramatic, bi-colored red-and-white pattern.
RED CHIEF LENTILS
Red Chief Lentils are salmon-colored, lens-shaped legumes that are known for their quick-cooking nature and high protein content. Common in Indian and Middle Eastern cuisines.
Rice Beans are small rice-shaped beans with mild flavor and firm texture. Measuring only 1/4-inch in length, their unique size and shape stands out in salads and rice dishes.
SCARLET RUNNER BEANS
Scarlet Runner Beans are similar to pinto or pink beans. Hearty, mild and colorful, they are very versatile and complementary to other flavors.
SMALL RED BEANS
The Small Red Bean is a small, plump, oval-shaped bean with a brick red color, mild flavor and smooth texture. It is the bean traditionally used in red beans and rice.
SPLIT HABAS (PEELED FAVA)
Peeled Fava Beans, or Habas, have a creamy pale yellow color, earthy flavor and granular texture. These Split Habas are versatile and packed with fiber, protein, iron and vitamins.
SPLIT MUNG BEANS
The Split Mung Bean is a delicate, slightly sweet legume that is commonly used in Asian cuisines and known for its earthy flavor, nutritional content and detoxifying properties.
SPLIT PETITE CRIMSON LENTILS
Petite Split Crimson Lentils are small shelled and split lens-shaped legumes that are known for their nutrient density. They are often used in Indian and Middle Eastern cuisines.
SPLIT PIGEON PEAS (TOOR DAL)
Also known as “toor dal,” Split Pigeon Peas are one of the most popular pulses in India, breaking down easily when cooked and adding body and texture to curries, stews and soups.
SWEDISH BROWN BEANS
The Swedish Brown Bean is a member of the legume family, offering nutrient density, mild flavor and creamy texture that is traditionally combined with sweetened game meats.
SWEET LUPIN FLOUR
Versatile Sweet Lupin Flour comes from the lupin bean. It is high in protein, gluten free and flavor neutral, making it a good substitute for wheat flour in gluten-free baked goods
SWEET WHITE RUNNER (CORONA) BEANS
White Runner Beans, also known as Corona Beans, are hearty, large and mild in flavor, making them very versatile and complementary to other flavors.
Tarbais Beans hail from the south of France and are the classic bean used in the French winter dish cassoulet. They are known for thin skins, providing a tender and creamy texture.
TEN WAY BEAN BLEND
The 10-Bean Blend is a perfect mixture of legumes with creamy texture, interesting color and mild flavor while packing spectacular nutrient density.
TIGER EYE BEANS
Tiger Eye Beans are an heirloom bean, their amber or gold bodies marked with maroon swirls. They have a creamy, potato-like texture and thin skins that dissolve when cooked.
TONGUES OF FIRE BEANS
Tongues of Fire Beans are colorful amber beans with fire-like burgundy streaks. Related to kidney beans, they offer a mild flavor and creamy texture.