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Posts: 87,289 7/11/12 7:55 P
I did not know this about the nutritional value of a long green bean. Interesting.
Although my green beans were enjoyed by the deer this year....if I come across some at a farmers marker or something...I will try this method. I have eaten some very bad beans that were frozen. So....maybe this is will be the answer.
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Posts: 3,600 7/7/12 2:28 P
Thanks for sharing that. I will have to try "long" green beans.
Hope you all have a great day!!
Blessings are coming your way!! Rhonda
current weight: 205.2
Fitness Minutes: (108,010) Posts: 8,016 7/7/12 11:12 A
Thanks, I never thought about not breaking them into pieces for the sake of nutritional value.
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For those of you who don't know how & want to learn . . . like me!
Remember you can do this with farmer's market produce if you don't have a garden. I will be doing this as soon as I have my own apt, after I find a job.
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