lima bean

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lima bean:

see beanbean,
name applied to the seeds of leguminous trees and shrubs and to various leguminous plants of the family Leguminosae (pulse family) with edible seeds or seed pods (legumes). The genera and species encompassed by the term bean are many and variable.
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However, the lima bean crop presents higher resistance to extreme climatic and agronomic conditions, if compared to the common bean (BETANCUR-ANCONA et al., 2004; GRANITO et al., 2007).
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There is a door in the wind, lima bean soup on the stove.
Segerstrom Center for the Arts, situated on a former lima bean field donated by the family of the 88-year-old real estate magnate, comprises four arts spaces, with the Orange County Museum of Art soon to join the campus.
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The advent of the lima bean harvester made limas a viable economic commodity.
LIMA BEAN, WATERCRESS AND HERB DIP 1 cup cottage cheese 14 oz can lima beans 1 bunch scallions 2 oz watercress, chopped 1/4 cup mayonnaise or Nayo 3 tbs chopped fresh herbs (use your favorites) Salt and pepper [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Put cottage cheese, beans, scallions, mayo and herbs in a food processor or blender.