MERRY CHRISTMAS GIVEAWAY

  JINGLE BEANS JINGLE BEANS! (Giveaway Alert) The Nuttee Bean Co, I Heart Keenwah, Bare Snacks and No Whey Chocolate are teaming up for this wonderful Christmas giveaway. Meet I Heart Keenwah! It’s simple… Imagine the cheese puff of your childhood, but all grown up. It’s healthy now, made with quinoa and packing 5g of…

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30 YEARS OF STAR WARS GIVEAWAY

MAY THE FORCE BEAN WITH YOU- GIVEAWAY The Nuttee Bean Co. is joining the celebration with this amazing GIVEAWAY that you’ll all love! If you are a Star Wars fan, you will love having the opportunity of winning these cool prizes. MEET THE PORGS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zX8SVSlGOrA Porgs were a sea bird species native to the planet Ahch-To, where Jedi Master Luke Skywalker made his exile…

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Nuttee Bean Co.™ Roasted Fava Beans

Fava Beans! Could it be the ancient legume that has been hiding in clear sight for hundreds of years? The answer is a resounding “YES”! We know ancient cultures including hunters- gathers, dined on wild versions of Fava Beans and the millennium Asians and Mediterranean’s have used Fava Beans as part of their cuisine.

Beans Throughout History

Beans have been historically regarded as a meal for the low income families and were mainly consumed by the lower class, who could not afford to purchase meat. It’s not until the United States experienced the sacrifice and troubling times of the Great Depression that beans were considered a staple in most American homes.

Ancient Beans

Ancient Beans Beans have been a fundamental part in the lifestyle of many cultures throughout history. Their significance has been documented back to ancient Egypt along with classical texts as the expansion and their importance has grown over time. From ancient times to present day, beans have influenced cultures across the world. According to Republic…

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Spicy fava bean tacos

When I cook Mexican-inspired food (which happens pretty often – you can’t beat it!), I usually end up using the same few ingredients over and over again. Black beans, cheese, guacamole… my usual burritos, quesadillas and tacos are basically all the same recipe, just made into different shapes. Don’t get me wrong, I love black…

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