The Dry Beans are Certified Organic and  New York State grown.  

Each month the Dry Bean Share will consist of four 1 lb. bags per delivery.

The Dry Bean Share is delivered the first CSA delivery of each month during the CSA season with your Vegetable Share, a total of 6 monthly Dry Bean Share deliveries per season. The Dry Bean Share price reflects a discounted price per lb.  

Dry Beans by the bag are also offered for weekly order from the CSA Marketplace. The beans are in 1 lb. bags.   

Some of the Dry Bean Share will be an assortment of:

Black Turtle Beans  grown in Trumansburg NY
Low in fat and cholesterol-free, these classic beans make a healthy and delicious staple for every meal of the day.  They are a good source of fiber, protein, and iron. Black turtle beans are often recommended as an important part of a healthy vegetarian diet.  
Cooking Ideas:  Soups, Salads, Salsa, Tacos, Burritos, Refried Beans, Burgers, Brownies
Pinto Beans grown in Trumansburg NY
Pinto beans are a low-fat source of protein and dietary fiber.  Pinto beans also provide a good amount of iron. Pinto beans are the ultimate bean to have on hand in the pantry. This is truly an all-purpose bean!
Cooking Ideas:  Chili, Soups, Stews, Baked Beans, Refried Beans, Hummus, Brownies

Cannellini  Beans , grown in Penn Yan, NY.
Cannellini beans can also be referred to as White Kidney Beans or Fagioli and haricots Blancs. They have a nutty, earthy flavor and creamy texture and tender flesh. Cannellini beans are wonderfully nutritious. They're fat-free and high in protein, fiber, and iron.
Cooking Ideas:  Cannellini beans can be used interchangeably with other white beans and they're excellent in many dishes, especially soups, stews, chilis and puréed bean spreads or dips. Because they hold their shape better than other white beans, they are a favorite for ragouts and bean salads. They are often used in Italian dishes like Minestrone.  Popular in Italian, Greek, and French cuisines.

Cranberry Beans, Grown in Trumansburg NY
Cranberry Beans are an old favorite that has many uses and can be used in place of Pinto or Cannellini Beans.