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string bean

any of several bean plants, such as the scarlet runner, cultivated for their edible unripe pods
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Make it healthy: Though its base is the green bean, a food that has no real health downside, when we turn it into a casserole it often becomes a fat-fest to accompany all the other fatty things on our table.
Some 74% of green bean occasions are the main meal.
Green Bean is the ultimate embodiment of this vision, said Taylor Dawson, FirstBuild product enthusiast and GE Appliances engineer.
For this braised beans with tahini yoghurt and poached egg (serves four) take 300ml extra virgin olive oil, two thinly sliced shallots, 1 tsp cumin seeds, 300g green beans, halved lengthways, one bunch freshly chopped coriander leaves, four eggs, 200g greek yoghurt, 1 tsp tahini, two tablespoons toasted sesame seeds.
Councillor Ann McCoy, Stockton Council's Cabinet member for adult services and health, said: "The Green Bean is a result of a strong partnership working and I am sure it will be a great success and a positive addition to the Cultural Quarter.
VEGETARIAN: pancakes, eggs, French toast, waffles, omelet, hash browns, cold cereals, garden salad, Boca Burger, mozzarella sticks, onion rings, baked potato, cottage cheese, green beans, Baby carrots, corn, dressings (bleu cheese, French, Thousand Island, Caesar, creamy Italian, ranch), honey mustard sauce, chocolate silk pie, cheesecake pie, cheese pizza, sugar cone, dinner roll
Conventional broccoli, sweet corn, green bean, and green pea prices were between roughly $1.
Seneca Crisp Onions introduces a traditional holiday ingredient with no trans fat or cholesterol for the next generation green bean casserole.
Joining the AllSeen Alliance and jumping right into the AT&T Car + Home Hackathon with Green Bean is an exciting first step in turning that vision into reality.
To serve four, you need 60ml extra virgin olive oil; one thinly sliced onion; 2 cloves garlic, finely chopped; 300g green beans, thinly sliced crossways; one bulb of fennel; and 750ml chicken or vegetable stock.
Bowling Green, Ohio-based GreenLine Foods has added Microwavable Green Beans to its family of fresh vegetables.