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Beans are a favorite food of many. They are a staple in several dishes, adding flavor and texture to any cooked meal, from burritos to good old fashioned hot dogs. They bring a nutritional value, as well, because they have a high amount of protein. They’re also an excellent source of fiber and iron, not to mention they’re low in fat and cholesterol. The next time you’re looking for something tasty to eat and spice up your boring lunch or dinner, add some baked beans and you have yourself a hearty meal. From black and pinto to fava and garbanzo, beans can be a main component of various dishes. These dishes include soup, salad, rice and tacos. They can be eaten refried, dry, baked, fresh or straight out of the can. Beans can be green, brown, yellow, black or red. Coffee beans are another type of bean. Coffee, loved by many, is a drink served hot or cold. String beans are another type of vegetable bean, either green or yellow. Whether as part of gourmet meals or simple lunches, beans are a naturally nutritious food, well liked by vegetarians and meat eaters alike. Beans are versatile components to casseroles and other dishes. You can find countless recipes online or within recipe books that feature beans as a side or main ingredient, such as mung, chickpea, pinto and refried. You can even grow your own organic beans. The library is a good resource to check out books on growing your own natural beans, as well as incorporating beans like kidney and lima to your daily diet.
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Pacific Soybean & Grain Inc
411 Borel Ave Ste 235, San Mateo, CA 94402
(650) 525-0500
Brocco's Old Barn
19660 Arnold Dr, Sonoma, CA 95476
(707) 938-2291
Shelling Grain & Feed
909 Petaluma Blvd N, Petaluma, CA 94952
(707) 762-2779
Northbay Hay and Grain
711 Middle Two Rock Rd, Petaluma, CA 94952
(707) 782-9514
Azevedo Hay & Grain
170 W B St, Dixon, CA 95620
(707) 678-2247
O'Connell Phil Grain Co.
1310 W Charter Way, Stockton, CA 95206
(209) 465-5871
Ehlers Elevator
9009 W Highway 12, Lodi, CA 95242
(209) 334-5911
Baglietto Seeds
301 S Aurora St, Stockton, CA 95203
(209) 466-0433
Penny Newman Grain
1805 Harbor St, Stockton, CA 95203
(209) 467-7990
Blair Grain Co
2321 W Washington St, Stockton, CA 95203
(209) 948-4466
Anderson's Inc. The
1144 Oak Ave, Woodland, CA 95695
(530) 668-9001
Levine Grain Company
1250 Harter Ave, Woodland, CA 95776
(530) 662-2774
Dry Creek Trading Inc
9168 Survey Rd, Elk Grove, CA 95624
(916) 686-6669
California Oils Corporation
6600 Grant Ave, Arbuckle, CA 95912
(530) 476-2928
Sherwood R C Grain Co
500 Mercey Springs Rd, Los Banos, CA 93635
(209) 826-6006

There are a wide variety of beans out there to try. Some beans are baked while other are fried. Visit your local market to find beans for your next meal. They are a cheap item to purchase. Beans are also significantly high in protein. They are also a good source of nutritional fiber and iron. Beans are also a great food item because they help to lower cholesterol with their low fat and high protein qualities. People use beans in a variety of dishes. Some people use chickpeas to make a delicious dish called hummus. Kidney and lima beans are a great ingredient to add to chili, a salad or any other dish. Baked beans make a great side dish for any barbecue dish. You can add refried or pinto beans to any taco, burrito or enchilada. Beans can sometimes be the main ingredient in soups, like split pea soup. They are also a delicious accompaniment to casseroles. On the internet and in cook books, you can find countless recipes that have beans featured in their ingredients. If you do not know what kind of beans you like, go to the market and pick up a few cans. Beans are a cheap ingredient to buy that will add a copious amount of protein to any dish. Beans are a great component of a diet and are very versatile to use when it comes to cooking. Use lots of herbs, spices, vegetables and cheeses to give your meal a tasty flavor. However you like to eat beans, you can purchase beans at a farm, wholesale dealer or at a market.
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