This past summer, I discovered an excellent source of local heirloom dried beans, from one of my favourite producers at the Stratford Farmer’s Market on Saturdays, Laurie Neubrand, owner of Neubrand Country Produce. Laurie’s beans are excellent – delicious as can be. If interested in purchasing dried beans from Laurie, or, other unique vegetables and fruits, here’s how to get in touch:
NEUBRAND COUNTRY PRODUCE
Line 49, #6584
R.R.#2, Monkton, Ontario
N0K 1P0
Tel.: 519.347.2766
veggiepielady@hsfx.ca

Here are the 18 different varieties of dried beans I purchased from her most recently:

#1: Pepa de Zapallo, a.k.a., Tiger Eye.
#2: Minnesota 1940’s.
#3: Jesse Fisk.
#4: Coco.
#5: White Marrow.
#6: Blue Grey Tepary.
#7: Dutch Brown.
#8: Light Brown Zebra.
#9: Soldier.
#10: Taylor Horticultural.
#11: Jacob’s Cattle.
#12: Hidatsa Red.
#13: Great Northern.
#14: Littlefield’s Special.
#15: John’s Bean.
#16: Light Red Kidney.
#17: Orca.
#18: Milta Black Tepary.

Cheers,

Richard Maloney

#1: Pepa de Zapallo. (L.N.: “None until fall, 2012.”)
#2: Minnesota 1940’s. (L.N.: “None until fall, 2012.”)
#3: Jesse Fisk. (L.N.: “None until fall, 2012.”)
#4: Coco.
#5: White Marrow.
#6: Blue Grey Tepary. (L.N.: “None until fall, 2012.”)
#7: Dutch Brown.
#8: Light Brown Zebra. (L.N.: “None until fall, 2012.”)
#9: Soldier.
#10: Taylor Horticultural.
#11: Jacob’s Cattle.
#12: Hidatsa Red.
#13: Great Northern.
#14: Littlefield’s Special. (L.N.: “None until fall, 2012.”)
#15: John’s Bean.
#16: Light Red Kidney.
#17: Orca.
#18: Milta Black Tepary. (L.N.: “None until fall, 2012.”)
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