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SCARLET RUNNER BEAN

First described in 1750, this beautiful large bean is usually purple with mottled black, but can often be lavender. The Scarlet runner, named after its flower, has a long history in Great Britain and other parts of Europe. It can be picked young when both pod and beans can be eaten.

Scarlet Runner Bean

Scarlet Runner Bean

(Photo by Chef James;
Beans courtesy of
Purcell Mountain Farms)

 

 

 

 

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