Hutterite Soup bean

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The Hutterite Soup Bean is named for the Hutterites, a religious community that immigrated to the high mountain region of Taos, New Mexico from Austria in the 1760's. With a delicate and buttery taste, this bean quickly became a staple food of the Hutterite peopleā??s sojourn in the US. No oil is necessary to successfully cook down the Hutterite Soup bean into a thick and creamy chowder, as its texture is already dense and its residue naturally oily. In terms of harvest, this bean is extremely productive and fast growin

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Prairie River Farm

  Balsam, MN

We are a small Market Grower in Northern Aitkin County. We use organic methods of vegetable farming, but are not certified organic we are exempt from organic certification as we are small. We have a variety of vegetables available starting in late June with gourmet lettuces and snap peas. (more...)


Pockets Full of Pansies

  Eastpoint, FL

We are a family run nursery specializing in heirloom vegetable and herb transplants. We grow many different varieties of tomatoes, peppers and herbs as well as a few unique varieties of everything else. So far we have supplied wholesale to local hardware and feed stores but we have gotten the licensing to begin a retail market. (more...)


Pappy's Creek Farm

  Newnan, GA

Get the world's finest free range, pasture raised chicken & eggs right here in West Central Georgia. Heirloom tomatoes, garlic & onions, and gourmet salad mixes in season.(more...)


Out on a Limb Farm

  East Canton, OH

We are all natural growers of specialty fruits and vegatables. (unusal items along with old time favorites, heirlooms and open pollinated produce)We sell our produce at the Carrollton farmers markets and also by appointment at our home. Give us a call or stop the Market in Carrollton, OH in the Spring.(more...)


Our Family Farm

  Flushing, MI

CSA using heirloom varieties. We grow vegetables, herbs and flowers in the garden. Offer free range eggs to members. Our season usually last from June through October for produce. Recipes are available with your share to help in utilizing the produce received. Preservation class available to learn how to save your share.(more...)


Open Oak Farm

  Sweet Home, OR

We Grow Grains, Beans, and Winter Vegetables for Oregon's Willamette Valley. We are a new farm dedicated to helping folks in the Willamette Valley eat a little closer to home. Located near Crawfordsville, Oregon, we aim to fill people's bellies with high quality staple foods. (more...)