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Unlike many foreign hybrids, the result of cross-pollinating different cacao trees, Original Beans use pure Chuncho. Special nurseries are needed to propagate and raise this intense variety.
Cocoa Runners recommend trying a bite for yourself in order to test their hypothesis. Deep within the dry desert valleys of Piura, northern Peru , grows the rare Malinga bean.
The region is known for its white cacao — yet this bean is not white at all. When cacao hunter Jan first visited the region, he was amazed to see the local families fermenting their astonishing dark Peruvian beans themselves — in front of their houses, using craft technique.
The farmers are almost as proud of their cocoa-growing skills as of the astonishing variety of birds and butterflies whom they live alongside.
Indeed, Original Beans helps to protect 2. Here, seasons vascillate between droughts and floods but if anything stays constant, it is the quality of the cacao Beniano.
For centuries, indigenous collectors have sustainably harvested the rarest of rare Beniano — it is this culture of responsibility and pride that Original Beans strives to preserve.
The ultra-rare Piura Porcelana white cacao of the dry, desert valleys of northern Peru was almost extinct as of It was caught in a cycle of drought brought on by intense deforestation, followed by flooding in the monsoon seasons, only for the rivers to run dry in the arid heat of summer once more.
Families have moved from cultivating rice to diverse cacao-agroforestry, tripling their incomes in now harvesting one of the most-awarded cacao strains worldwide.
Amongst other highlights is the ultra-rare Virunga Amelonado bean of the Democratic Republic of Congo, whereby the buying of each bar goes towards initiatives countering deforestation in the hugely rich and beautiful Virunga region.
This is but a snapshot into the projects run by Original Beans to find the best cacao, and to help the communities that support this.
Each bar of Original Beans chocolate has on its packaging a unique tracking code. Enter this on their website, and you can find out all sorts of information about the region in which the beans were grown, and view pictures of the harvesting process.
The word "bean" and its Germanic cognates e. German Bohne have existed in common use in West Germanic languages since before the 12th century,  referring to broad beans , chickpeas , and other pod-borne seeds.
This was long before the New World genus Phaseolus was known in Europe. After Columbian-era contact between Europe and the Americas, use of the word was extended to pod-borne seeds of Phaseolus , such as the common bean and the runner bean , and the related genus Vigna.
The term has long been applied generally to many other seeds of similar form,   such as Old World soybeans , peas , other vetches , and lupins , and even to those with slighter resemblances, such as coffee beans , vanilla beans , castor beans , and cocoa beans.
Thus the term "bean" in general usage can refer to a host of different species. Seeds called "beans" are often included among the crops called "pulses" legumes ,  although a narrower prescribed sense of "pulses" reserves the word for leguminous crops harvested for their dry grain.
However, in the past, several species, including Vigna angularis adzuki bean , V. Unlike the closely related pea, beans are a summer crop that needs warm temperatures to grow.
Legumes are capable of nitrogen fixation and hence need less fertiliser than most plants. Maturity is typically 55—60 days from planting to harvest.
Native Americans customarily grew them along with corn and squash the so-called Three Sisters ,  with the tall cornstalks acting as support for the beans.
In more recent times, the so-called "bush bean" has been developed which does not require support and has all its pods develop simultaneously as opposed to pole beans which develop gradually.
Beans are one of the longest-cultivated plants. Broad beans , also called fava beans, in their wild state the size of a small fingernail, were gathered in Afghanistan and the Himalayan foothills.
Not until the second millennium BCE did cultivated, large-seeded broad beans appear in the Aegean, Iberia and transalpine Europe. Beans were an important source of protein throughout Old and New World history, and still are today.
The oldest-known domesticated beans in the Americas were found in Guitarrero Cave , an archaeological site in Peru , and dated to around the second millennium BCE.
Most of the kinds commonly eaten fresh or dried, those of the genus Phaseolus , come originally from the Americas, being first seen by a European when Christopher Columbus , while exploring what may have been the Bahamas , found them growing in fields.
Five kinds of Phaseolus beans were domesticated  by pre-Columbian peoples: common beans P. Beans are a heliotropic plant, meaning that the leaves tilt throughout the day to face the sun.
At night, they go into a folded "sleep" position. Currently, the world genebanks hold about 40, bean varieties, although only a fraction are mass-produced for regular consumption.
Beans are high in protein , complex carbohydrates , folate , and iron. Adults are recommended to have up to two female , and three male servings.
Many types of bean [ specify ] contain significant amounts of antinutrients that inhibit some enzyme processes in the body.
Phytic acid and phytates, present in grains, nuts, seeds and beans, interfere with bone growth and interrupt vitamin D metabolism.
Pioneering work on the effect of phytic acid was done by Edward Mellanby from Many edible beans, including broad beans, navy beans, kidney beans and soybeans, contain oligosaccharides particularly raffinose and stachyose , a type of sugar molecule also found in cabbage.
An anti-oligosaccharide enzyme is necessary to properly digest these sugar molecules. As a normal human digestive tract does not contain any anti-oligosaccharide enzymes, consumed oligosaccharides are typically digested by bacteria in the large intestine.
This digestion process produces gases such as methane as a byproduct, which are then released as flatulence. Processing the beans, such as by boiling, soaking, cooking, can leach the indigestible sugars from the beans and significantly reduce, if not entirely eliminate the problem.
In addition enzyme pills are available. Some kinds of raw beans contain a harmful, tasteless toxin: the lectin phytohaemagglutinin , which must be removed by cooking.
Red kidney beans are particularly toxic, but other types also pose risks of food poisoning. A recommended method is to boil the beans for at least ten minutes; undercooked beans may be more toxic than raw beans.
Cooking beans, without bringing them to a boil, in a slow cooker at a temperature well below boiling may not destroy toxins.
Bean poisoning is not well known in the medical community, and many cases may be misdiagnosed or never reported; figures appear not to be available.
In the case of the UK National Poisons Information Service , available only to health professionals, the dangers of beans other than red beans were not flagged as of [update].
Fermentation is used in some parts of Africa to improve the nutritional value of beans by removing toxins. Inexpensive fermentation improves the nutritional impact of flour from dry beans and improves digestibility, according to research co-authored by Emire Shimelis, from the Food Engineering Program at Addis Ababa University.
It is common to make beansprouts by letting some types of bean, often mung beans , germinate in moist and warm conditions; beansprouts may be used as ingredients in cooked dishes, or eaten raw or lightly cooked.
There have been many outbreaks of disease from bacterial contamination, often by salmonella , listeria , and Escherichia coli , of beansprouts not thoroughly cooked,  some causing significant mortality.
The production data for legumes are published by FAO in three categories:. The following is a summary of FAO data. Main crops of "Pulses, Total dry " are "Beans, dry " In general, the consumption of pulses per capita has been decreasing since Exceptions are lentils and cowpeas.
The world leader in production of Dry Beans Phaseolus spp.