home of the famous FARTOOTEMPTING BAKED BEANS
Breakwind Farm is family run business. We started selling fresh vegetables, herbs, seasonal flowers and baskets, pumpkins and wreaths at a stand outside our house in 2009 and more recently at the Contoocook Farmers Market. We have enjoyed welcoming our new and returning customers each year. We concocted the idea of Breakwind Farm's four varieties of FARTOOTEMPTING Baked Beans in the spring of 2011 and started selling them at the Farmers Market where they quickly became a hit.
It wasn't long before our beans were being requested at local fairs, festivals and other venues. We added FARTOOTEMPTING Breakwind Bean t-shirts to our product line by the end of the summer and they too have become a hit. We have four mouth-watering flavors of baked beans, each offering a unique taste, all guaranteed vegan, gluten free, dairy free, and delicious!
We strive to provide a wholesome, nutrient enriched protein alternative to products from the the ever problematic meat, poultry and fish industry. We are naturally free of GMO's, herbicides, pesticides, gluten, dairy and meat. See our fantastic flavors below!
Traditional New England style baked beans, full of flavor with the accented sweetness of molasses and local maple syrup, tasty onions and a hint of garlic round off this homestyle favorite.
The same recipe is used in these delightful beans with the addition of Kombu during processing. We take out the Kombu after boiling which reduces the gas. Perfect for for those who would prefer less backdraft, no more need to avoid beans before weddings and long flights!
Just like the name implies, Jumping Jalapeno is a mexican flavored baked bean with enough vegetables to make this a meal in itself. Chock full of tomatoes, red, green and jalapeno pepers, onions and garlic round this sumptuous recipe out to perfection. Mild to medium hotness.
All the flavors and aromas of the southwest in this delightful variety. Chipotle pepper and a rich smoke flavor make this distinguished selection our top seller. Mild to medium hotness.
1/2 pt. $4.95
Breakwind Farm FARTOOTEMPTING Baked Beans T-shirt. We have men's and women's sizes S-XXL, two different styles with the same distinctive catchphrase on the back. Order a true NH orignial today for your loved ones or that old fart in your life, they won't be disappointed - especially if they've tried our beans!
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