Bean Cherokee Trail of Tears
These were the beans carried in the pockets of Cherokee Indians on their tragic forced relocation from North Carolina’s Smoky Mountains to Oklahoma in 1838-1839. Shiny and jet-black the beans are harvested dry and can be happily incorporated in an array of traditional American dishes. The beans are encased in 6-8″ greenish-purple pods that are left to dry on the vine before picking but they can also be picked green and prepared like snap beans....
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