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I am not sure I could do much with it. It is a little too big for my large tumbler.
It sure has a nice pattern though. I know I have a few smaller ones tumbled that are really close to the same stuff. If I get the chance I will post a photo of them.
I too am a bean freak. I'm big on Colorado pintos and maple bacon.
It sounds like this DaveZ rascal has found a rich kolache seam in Wyoming. I discovered kolache in central Texas years ago. My son's mother was a Czech from the hill country where the kolache mines operate around the clock.
If something is going to blow a diet it is that stuff. If Dave has discovered kolache in Wyoming I am headed up there with the cable tool rig to drive a coffee well. You bring the Bradshaw butter beans and we will be the fattest prospectors on the planet!