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Tarbais beans vs Haricot

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What's the difference? I've checked online and there was this company selling Tarbais Haricot beans, aren't they different?

post #2 of 5

Haricot Tarbais is a small white bean. I am not sure what exactly you are asking. Different from what? Is your confusion with the term haricot vert?

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post #3 of 5
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Nope, I  read this book, and the author said you should have some beans in your cupboard, and 2 of these were Tarbais, and Haricot, I'm not sure whether they are the same or they're 2 different beans. Nope, not confused with the green bean.

post #4 of 5

Haricot is French for bean (and vert is French for green). Tarbais is one kind of "Haricot". 

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Oh, I think that clears it up :)

 

So basically haricot = beans in French, and Tarbais is also a kind of haricot, but grown in Tarbes. Okay, thanks :)

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