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Old December 29, 2011, 07:36 PM
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Default OH, you can plant them too...

That's a good company.
Anasazi beans are considered to be one of the youngest of the heirloom bean...

They grow great in the southwest without a lot of moisture...these beans are organic, the fields have never been sprayed...about pristine a bean as you can get...and tasty too...

I think our bean cookbook, plus the Anasazi "Original" recipes, will be a big hit...

The Boz, headlight guy, is already laying out a garden to include several rows of beans to go with his 5,000 plus yucca (casava) PLANTS which is one of the most usefull plants that exist...

Anasazi used yucca, to eat tubers, which make great natural shampoo and soap, to make baskets and all things ropes...and ate the flowers too...

Gordon Mr. Anasazi Alexander

Originally Posted by Glenn View Post
Thanks Gordon,

Just called the company in Arizona and ordered 10 lb bag of Anastazi beans.
Only 12.00 plus s & h.

Not only do these Anastazi Beans cook in 40 minutes
instead of 2 or 3 HOURS - for Pinto beans.


The Miller company s ells them 60 cents a lb CHEAPER than I was paying
in Whole Foods for pinto beans.

YIKES - what a Ripoff.


When I told the lady on the phone we were writing an Anastazi Bean
cookbook that would send them LOTS more buyers.

She was so happy - she told me I can also PLANT these
same beans in my garden.

So UNLIKE most of the seeds we buy from Seed Catalogs - these beans
are Untreated and pristine.

All good signs we're getting MORE Nutrition in our bean
meals than ANY American who eats frozen or canned foods.


Just wanted to SPECIFICALLY Thank you for TELLING me about these
beans and the Colorado Bean co.

I put pinto beans in Everything I cook. Bread, muffins, rolls, jello, rice
pudding, sticky buns, bundt cake, plus all the vegetable meals.

So these New (OLD) beans will save me ooodles of cooking time.
And some loot too. It's the principle of the thing.

Good to know the Bean Middlemen were RIPPING ME OFF - big time.

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