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Bob's Red Mill Cranberry Heritage Beans -- 27 oz

Kosher. The creamy texture and delicate nutty flavor of cranberry beans make them an excellent choice for soups pasta dishes and cold bean salads. They are high in fiber and a good source of iron.
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6 out of 6(100%)customers recommend this product.
Customer reviews for Bob's Red Mill Cranberry Heritage Beans -- 27 oz
Review 1 for Bob's Red Mill Cranberry Heritage Beans -- 27 oz
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Taters
fromWashington State
Age:35-44
Gender:Female
Yummy Beans!
 January 23, 2014
"I am trying to get away from BPA-lined cans, so I've started using dried beans more. These beans hold their shape well when cooked, and they have a mild but distinct flavor. I soak them overnight, rinse them well, and then my husband doesn't have so much of the... aftermath of beans. ;)"
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Review 2 for Bob's Red Mill Cranberry Heritage Beans -- 27 oz
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MemaFlowers
fromVirginia
Age:55-64
Gender:Female
In the South We Call these October Beans
 December 26, 2013
"In the south cranberry beans are also known as October beans. They are great planted in the garden. Some mix October beans in with green beans to have a more "beany" texture to the green beans.
When we have fresh October beans (cranberry beans) I can them in pint jars along with a little salt and cumin. They are better than pinto beans in my opinion.
Dried cranberry (October) beans are another option in the winter when one can't buy fresh beans.
Dried beans are also great served with home- canned tomatoes over the beans. Cook the beans, open up a can of home-canned tomatoes and serve over top of the beans. You might want to put a pinch of sugar in the tomatoes.
Serve with cornbread! Yum!"
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Review 3 for Bob's Red Mill Cranberry Heritage Beans -- 27 oz
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grams44
fromHartsville, S.C.
Age:65-74
Gender:Female
Good full beans.
 October 16, 2013
"The beans are full with very few broken pieces unlike most raw beans that you buy in the grocery stores. Love Bob's products! And Vitacost has the best prices & service."
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Review 4 for Bob's Red Mill Cranberry Heritage Beans -- 27 oz
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PeccaryRed
fromKennedale, Texas
Age:55-64
Gender:Female
Yummy Cranberry Beans
 August 28, 2013
"The first time I purchased cranberry beans was at an Amish store in central Ohio, I really liked them!! I have purchased 2 more bags from Vitacost since then. I love the soft texture, they cook up faster than some other types such as pinto or black beans. They are a wonderful change of pace and I recommend them highly. They are also a fun topic of conversation because I have not met anyone yet who has heard of cranberry beans!!"
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Review 5 for Bob's Red Mill Cranberry Heritage Beans -- 27 oz
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melinar
fromHouston
Age:55-64
Gender:Female
Delicious alternative to regular pinto beans!
 April 29, 2013
"These beans are like pintos, but plumper and sweeter. They are also a bit more expensive, but worth the cost. One tip to quicker cooking: soak them overnight in one or two teaspoonfuls of baking soda, then throw away the soaking water and rinse well. The beans will cook much more quickly when you add bicarbonate of soda. Great product, and worth a try!"
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Review 6 for Bob's Red Mill Cranberry Heritage Beans -- 27 oz
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customer1123
Tasty as a stew
 October 5, 2012
"Dr. Oz recommended these beans so I decided to give it a try.
Very tasty. Soak overnight. Next day I cook them in the
pressure cooker with chicken/vegetables. Family enjoyed it
too. Recipe at the back of the package.
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