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Bolita beans #9001366 02/07/24 04:00 PM
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Found out about these beans last summer.
I buy Anasazi beans from Adobe every year so though I would give Bolitas a try.
They are suppose to be like pintos, a little sweeter, and absorb flavors very well.
They cook faster and don't need an overnight soak.
Also supposed to be easier on your digestive system, lol.
Smaller bean and we'll see how they taste.

Roasted green chiles going in with onion, garlic, cumin, chile powder and bacon ends.
Tomato/ chicken bouillon for salt.

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Re: Bolita beans [Re: Wytex] #9001367 02/07/24 04:04 PM
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Cool, have never tried them.

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Originally Posted by skinnerback
Cool, have never tried them.



Same hereโ€ฆ.gonna remedy that soon


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Re: Bolita beans [Re: Wytex] #9001484 02/07/24 07:41 PM
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Have them boiling for about 2 hrs now so putting some seasoning in, no salt yet.
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Roasted green chiles- not sure if Big Jims or Pueblo but they are spicey
bacon ends
smoked Guajillo chile powder
cumin
Mexican oregano(?) maybe

tomato/chicken bouillon at the end for salt and flavor

I buy my beans from Adobe direct now, the farmers market markup was about same as shipping when I bought them locally.
https://www.anasazibeans.com/shopping/beans.html

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Never tried them , maybe some day. up

Re: Bolita beans [Re: Wytex] #9001554 02/07/24 09:59 PM
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Remind me of the Mayacoba beans you all got me to try. I like all beans tho

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Originally Posted by Blank
Remind me of the Mayacoba beans you all got me to try. I like all beans tho


Love Mayacobas - very nice texture and flavor.


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Originally Posted by Blank
Remind me of the Mayacoba beans you all got me to try. I like all beans tho



How did you like them Mr Blankenship?

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Beans turned out great.
Elk flat iron steak, antelope strap end, long grain and wild rice, cornbread and beans

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Oh Lord, sure wish I could take a bite of that.

Thanks for sharing Ma'am. Looks great!

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How did you like them Mr Blankenship?

Loved them. Soft and buttery, and easy. Have moved to the west side of the state and need to find another Mexican grocery to stock up.

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Originally Posted by Blank
How did you like them Mr Blankenship?

Loved them. Soft and buttery, and easy. Have moved to the west side of the state and need to find another Mexican grocery to stock up.



Awesome! They are BA beans that I've learned to appreciate. Like you said, soft/buttery/easy and take seasonings well.

I called out your last name in jest, I saw you posting on a Cast Iron bookface group that I follow. My last name is Mize.

If you/yall can't find the beans you're looking for just holler. Glad to ship to you.,

I've gotta try these beans, they look great and my curiosity has spiked lol.

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you got my mouth watering.... looks great! food

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