Heirloom Dried Beans (Thibodeau)
Thibodeau beans (or Thibodeau du Comté Beauce) are a rare heirloom variety from Québec. They were first identified in Beauce, but their true origin and age are unknown. Their flesh is creamy white with dark burgundy mottling. Use them in your bean salads or whip up a "cassoulet nouveau-genre". Organic beans.
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About this supplier
It was in 1996 that Jacques Blain and Josée Gaudet began their adventure of building a farming farm: Les Vallons Maraîchers. The farm is located in Compton, in a beautiful hilly landscape in the Eastern Townships, about 30 kilometers south of Sherbrooke.
Having started with only 30 acres, Les Vallons Maraîchers now farms between 72 and 75 acres of mixed vegetables on a property of 240 certified organic acres of land. Their specialties are lettuce, chard, kale, cabbage, winter squash, carrots, beets and parsnips.