Hidatsa Red Beans
The Hidatsa Red beans are dark red beans, similar in taste and texture to a kidney bean with a bit of a nutty flavor.
The beans originated from the Hidatsa Tribe who raised beans in the Missouri River Valley or North Dakota. In 2005, they were added to Slow Food USA's Ark of Taste List as being close to extinct in heritage form. Chip Morris began growing them year after year to gain seed stock until there was enough quality seed to plant and harvest.
Pack size: 5# bag