wholesome legumes

Legumes have been cultivated as sources of food for thousands of years. Our colorful collection of beans, peas, and lentils includes both classic pantry staples and rare heirloom varieties that have been grown on family farms for generations.  

Artisan Legume Soup Blend

Artisan Legume Soup Blend

This hearty and versatile blend of protein-rich beans and split peas offers eye-catching color, creamy texture, and mild flavor to soups, stews, and salads.

  • Use as a colorful base for soups and stews

  • Combine with olive oil and herbs for a chilled legume salad

Ingredients: Beans, peas.

Autumn Lentil Blend

Autumn Lentil Blend

Our Autumn Lentil Blend is an eye-catching combination of lentils in a range of sizes and autumn colors. While the smaller lentils break down and add body to soups and stews, the larger lentils retain their shape and texture.

  • Use as a thickener for soups and stews

  • Cook with curry spices and serve with rice

Ingredients: Lentils. May contain a trace percentage of cereal grains.

Black Lentils

Black Lentils

Black lentils are tiny, jet-black, lens-shaped legumes that are known for their mild, earthy flavor and striking visual appeal.

  • Add to hearty soups, stews, cold salads, or rice dishes

  • Mix with breadcrumbs, onion, and garlic and use to stuff vegetables

Ingredients: Black lentils.

Cannellini Beans

Cannellini Beans

Cannellini beans are a variety of white kidney beans, with a mild flavor and smooth, tender texture. They are extremely popular in Italian cuisine, and hold up well when cooked.

  • Use in classic soups like pasta e fagioli, stews, cold salads, rice dishes, and chili

  • Incorporate into creamy bean dips and purees

Ingredients: Cannellini beans.

Chana Dal

Chana Dal

Also called “bengal gram,” chana dal is made of hulled split desi chickpeas, a unique variety of chickpea cultivated mostly in the Middle East.

  • Excellent for thickening soups and stews

  • Purée and use to make hummus and bean dips

Ingredients: Chana dal peas.

Cranberry Beans

Cranberry Beans (Borlotti Beans)

Also known as borlotti beans, cranberry beans are a unique heirloom variety of bean, closely related to the pinto bean. They have a mild flavor and creamy texture that performs well as a component among other ingredients.

  • Most often found in pasta dishes and soups

  • Incorporate into cold salads, rice dishes, casseroles, and stews

Ingredients: Cranberry beans.

French Green Lentils

French Green Lentils

Known for their sturdy texture, short cook time, and beautiful deep­ green color, French green lentils are often regarded as the most sought­ after and delicate of all lentil varieties.

  • Serve with lamb, salmon, and duck

  • Incorporate in hearty soups and cold salads

Ingredients: Lentils. May contain a trace percentage of cereal grains.

Gigante Beans

Gigante Beans

Common in Greek cuisine, gigante beans have a sweet, mild flavor and meaty texture, and hold their shape well through cooking.

  • Add to hearty soups, stews, and salads

  • Use to make “gigantes plaki,” a traditional Greek dish baked in tomato sauce and served with feta cheese

Ingredients: Beans.

Habas Beans

Habas Beans (Peeled Fava Beans)

Peeled fava beans, also called habas, have a bold, slightly earthy flavor and are popular in Eastern Mediterranean cuisines.

  • Add to cold salads or purée for dips and spreads

  • Toss with olive oil and season with tomatoes and fresh basil

Ingredients: Peeled fava beans.

Giant Peruvian Lima Beans

Giant Peruvian Lima Beans

Often called “butter beans,” giant Peruvian lima beans have a savory flavor and creamy, meaty texture when cooked.

  • Incorporate into hearty soups, stews, cold salads, and rice dishes

  • Simply sauté in olive oil with garlic and herbs

Ingredients: Giant Peruvian lima beans.