(Glycine max) One of the world’s oldest crops. Grown in Asia for thousands of years where it is a staple protein source.
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Chiba Green Soybean
70-80 days. An even earlier edamame soybean, this one was bred to mature a full 10 days before Midori Giant. While this variety is hailed for its productivity and large beans, the flavor and quality are not compromised. Beans taste amazing fresh, steamed or dried. Plants reach 2 feet tall but remain compact. Beans mature uniformly on the plant for an easier harvest.
Hokkaido Black - Soya Bean
This black soybean is traditionally grown in northern Japan. Plants are prolific with a bushy habit and the beans are tastier and easier to digest than yellow soybeans. Hokkaido Black is considered more flavorful than other black soybeans and makes an incredible tinted tofu! These delicious little beans make an excellent edamame snack. They are also brewed into a delicious tea that is considered a healthful weight loss tonic in Japan.