15 Common Beans and Legumes For Food Storage
April 21, 2014, by Ken Jorgustin
An important part of a long term food storage plan and/or a portion of one’s overall gardening plan are beans & legumes. The bare minimum recommendation of a beans & legumes portion of an overall 1-year food storage inventory is 60-pounds (90-pounds preferred) per adult.
The legume family, of which all beans, peas, lentils, and peanuts are a part, is one of the largest in the plant kingdom. Below is a partial list of 15 common legumes.
Black Blade: I have both dry bulk beans and canned beans (red, black, white, kidney and pinto).