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Where can I get fava beans?

Dried beans can be found year-round at Middle Eastern and Greek markets, and frozen beans can sometimes be found in the frozen aisle at grocery stores. Fava or broad beans are an annual plant that can also be grown at home. They require a 75- to 80-day growing season and should be picked when the pods feel full.

Likewise, people ask, is there another name for fava beans?

Yes, broad bean is another name for fava bean, which is sometimes known also as a faba, or even as horse bean. The scientific name of fava beans is Vicia faba. Broad beans or fava beans are large flat beans that are somewhat like a Lima bean in appearance.

Also, is it OK to eat raw fava beans? When fresh favas are very young, they can be eaten whole, pod and all. Small fava beans also do not need their outer coat peeled and can even be eaten raw. Smaller beans are sweeter, less starchy and take less time to cook. Avoid pods that are dried out, mushy or yellowing.

Thereof, are fava beans expensive?

One of the most popular of all farmers market vegetables, favas have ascended to culinary stardom contrary to all reason. They’re expensive. (The first ones of the year are usually around $3 a pound — in the pod.)

What kind of beans are fava beans?

Fava beans, also widely known as broad beans, come in soft green pods that yield tender, sweet, springy beans perfect in salads and other spring-time dishes.


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