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Cayenne can be grown in a variety of locations including tropical and temperate zones and need around 100 days to mature.
Very popular in French cooking. Range from creamy white, to soft green.
Soft white (SW) wheat is used to make flour for bakery products other than bread such as cakes, crackers, cookies, pastries, quick breads, muffins, and snack foods
Wheat flakes are one of the oldest and most widely cultivated cereal crops in the world.
Navy Beans got their name because it was a staple food in the US Navy in the early 20th century.
Has 50 times more Sulforaphane than fresh broccoli
Cooks fast and part of New Mexico food culture
This quick-cooking legume is bright yellow and has the size and appearance of a corn kernel when fully cooked. High in complex carbohydrates and fiber.
Common Dishes: Succotash, soups, and stews.
Dark blackish green bean that are shaped like kidnet beans with a glossy skin. This heir loom bean tracks its heritage to pre-1850.
Unlike some countries such as Australia, the United States produces limited amounts of wheat. Annual production of white wheat has ranged between 220 and 350 million bushels since the 1990’s.
This most common in the United States are green or brown. They are also available in black, yellow, red, and orange colors, makes rich soups.
Toxic to dogs
Named after the Appaloosa ponies. Commonly instead of kidney beans in chili, mash, stews casseroles and soups.
First farmed nearly 10,000 years ago
A rich chestnut color speckled with maroon.
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