Four Corners Gold bean
The four corners region of the US‚??Colorado, Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico‚??is the geographical namesake for the Four Corners Gold Bean, where the Zuni People first used it. The Four Corners Gold Bean has a shiny, golden amber color that retains its color and elongated oval shape when it is cooked. According to custom, the bean was planted as part of the Three Sisters Crops, a trilogy of plants‚??beans, corn, and squash‚??that buttress and compliment each other‚??
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