"Alluring beautiful beans..."- The New York Times
Gorgeous Beans! Makes the most interesting meal of rice & beans ever! Great flavor, structural integrity so you don't end up with a pile of mush. Highly recommend them!
These are the creamiest, most tender cannellini beans ever. They hold their shape well during cooking. They've become my go-tos for sure!
I made these for dinner, following the roasted tomatoes and cannellini recipe on your site. AMAZING. The creamy beans, bright roasted cherry tomatoes and the vibrant vinaigrette made for a perfect combination. Served warm, with fresh sourdough bread it was a wonderful meal!
We've been cooking and enjoying our beans. They are incredibly flavorful and rich. They go well in soups and salads. Everyone I serve can tell the difference in their taste. Yum.
These white runners hit all the right notes. They're creamy and satisfying and cook consistently. I am a plant-forward chef educator and often teach my students to cook with legumes. I will absolutely be recommending them. They're a great starter bean and will convert any bean skeptic. Is there a subscription option? Or can I buy them buy the case? I want to have a stash of them at all times so I can eat them on repeat and gift them.
I received the variety assortment which I am excited to try. I did make the cannellini beans and found them to be creamy and delicious. I can’t wait to make the others!
After a night of soaking, I threw a pot of these black beans together with some homemade chicken stock and a handful of spices and I can’t tell you much they outshined the protein we served it with. Then I made the leftover beans into a soup with some added celery and onions - delicious! My husband and I got 4 meals out of one bag and thoroughly enjoyed every bite. The texture beat any canned or dried beans I’ve used before and these will be a constant in our pantry!
I was a bean skeptic. A Heinz beans kinda guy — it’s just beans, right? Oh man, I was wrong. So so wrong. If you’re considering trying out something new, the richness and delicacy of flavor I found here are unlikely anything you’ll have tried before.
I used the Zuni golds to make a poor man's cassoulet (who has the time to cook for an entire day) and it was amazing. I soaked them overnight, boiled for about 45 minutes and then baked in the oven in the pot with the rest of the ingredients for about 90 minutes. The beans were tender and truly absorbed all the flavors of the dish while adding some texture. It was a big hit with my wife and my guests (her parents!)
These were the best white beans! I soaked, and cooked as "brothy beans", served them with some farrow and wilted greens and a touch of grated pecorino. Delicious dinner! But almost better were the leftovers... the beans got even better the next day... tender, not mushy at all, and so flavorful!
These are the creamiest texture bean I've ever tasted. I love the size and flavor too. I cooked them simply, with sauteed onion in lots of olive oil and herbs de provence and they were DELICIOUS. I enjoyed them more knowing that these beans are sustainably grown by farmers who care about stewardship of our land.
So delighted to use these beans in my recipes! They keep for 2 weeks in the fridge which gives me plenty of opportunity to use them in soups and salads.
I ordered three types of dried beans from Beanstory and have so far cooked the white runner beans. They were wonderful! Creamy and flavorful. I can’t wait to try the other two types! (Zuni Gold and Peruano)
Beans in treats. Yup. Throw them in there. We've nicknamed these SNEAKY B brownies, but the truth is, we've got nothing to hide and encourage you to tell everyone far and wide that THERE ARE BEANS IN HERE! Well, maybe not the...
This is a foolproof recipe that can easily be made your own. All you need are your beans, aromatics, herbs, salt, and water and let a slow simmer draw out flavor you'll be craving again and again. Ingredients _____________ 1...