Is there another name for flageolet beans
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They are French kidney beans that range in color from pale green to white. If you can't find them you could probably substitute another small white dried bean
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Not really. They are basically immature white kidney beans. Color ranges from white to pale green. You can substitute navy beans if you can't find flageolets.
I have found beans labeled 'white kidney' in a Middle Eastern market.
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