Yellow Indian Woman bean
Originally brought to Montana by a Swedish family, the Yellow Indian Woman Bean is a rare heirloom bean that is now found in Native American communities in Montana. The Yellow Indian Woman is a small, yellowish-gold bean that, when cooked, is creamy and resembles the flavor of Pinto and Black beans. The Yellow Indian Woman is ideal for slow cooked dishes, as is holds its shape while cooking.
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