Santa Maria Pinquitos bean
The Santa Maria Pinquitos Bean comes from Santa Maria, California where it is known as a classic side dish bean. The bean is small, hearty and pink with a dense and creamy consistency. The Pinquitos bean is a quick-cooking bean that holds its form once heated and is consequently perfect for use in chili and salads.
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