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    Default Over grown beans

    We have lots of green beans which are a bit too far gone to eat whole as a veg, nit enough to dry and keep as beans. Basically, very knobbly french beans.

    I was thinking of using them in a hearty veg soup with cannelini beans or such

    Any other suggestions?

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    That’s what I do with mine.
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    Here is a bean recipe thread that was prepared earlier

    https://www.growfruitandveg.co.uk/gr...ans_26962.html
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    I ended up shelling them, cut up a few thinner pods into chunks and made a sort of stew with onions, garlic, peppers and tomatoes with ras el hanout.

    Having it with lamb chops, garlic spinach and couscous (or possibly spuds).
    It smells heavenly!
    Last edited by hamsterqueen; 24-09-2019 at 05:31 PM.

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