RECIPE. A member of the legume family, this bean is full-flavored with a taste reminiscent of green beans. Fitness Goals : Heart Healthy. Colorful Jacob’s Cattle, soldier, Marfax, and other beans still used in Maine are remnants of the hundreds of varieties once grown here, descendants of beans introduced to colonists by Native Americans, which, of course, grew more reliably in this climate than the European peas and beans settlers brought over. 11 / 2,300g left. Fat 67g--/ 67g left. Maine is Open for Business. 3 c. cooked Jacob’s Cattle Beans * 1/2 c diced bacon 1 egg 1 t sea salt* 1/8 t pepper* 1T minced parsley 2 T. Minced green pepper 1/4 c milk. Oliver said there were dozens of varieties of beans, with the more popular in Maine being yellow eye, Jacob’s Cattle and solider. Serving Size : 0.25 c. 175 Cal. Resources to Start a Business Business Answers, Planning, Financing, Hiring Employees, and basic FAQs. Get Licensing & Permit Advice General licenses to operate a business are managed at the town/city level in Maine. 35 %17 gProtein. 175 / 2,000 cal left. Its pretty much the standard Maine recipe.....I re-read what Marjorie Standish wrote about baking beans in her Maine cookbook and combined that remarkable woman's experience and advice....with the recipe on the back of the bag, "State Of Maine" Jacob's Cattle Beans; and remembered what my Mom did every Friday evening and Saturday when I was just a kid. Jacob's Cattle beans can be substituted for any bean in the haricot family. Log Food. Jacobs cattle has an earthy flavor with a slight sweetness and mealy texture. 0 %--Fat. How does this food fit into your daily goals? Approximately 5/8 inch in length Mottled burgundy and white markings Plump kidney shape Sodium 2,289g. Daily Goals. 65 %32 gCarbs. The beans are sweet, meaty, and good as a baking bean. JACOB’S BEAN LOAF. Calorie Goal 1,825 cal. Jacob's Cattle Beans (sometimes called Trout Beans) are related to the kidney bean. State of Maine State of Maine - Jacob's cattle beans. 'Jacob's Cattle' beans were also a favorite of our founder Mike Dunton's maternal grandfather, Walter Axmaker, who grew them in his garden in the foothills of the Cascade Mountain Range near Colton, Oregon since at least the 1950s. We obtained our original seed from him in the late 1980s.