|by Linda Fraser|
The appeal of beans and other dried legumes lies partly in their ability to keep well for long periods of time.
Tip: Try string beans for more results.
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Combine all ingredients and place in covered dish. Refrigerate.
To 1-quart jar ... (or piece of hot pepper from the garden) Beans (put in whole) Add hot brine: 5 c. vinegar 1/2 c. salt Process in water bath 15 minutes.
Wash beans, then drain ... the beans in the jars, filling to leave a 1/4 inch head space. Seal and process in boiling water for 5 minutes. Makes 7 pints.
You need a ... can leave the string beans whole. Wash and ... for 10-15 minutes in a boiling water bath or store in the refrigerator until ready to use.
Wash and cook beans about 20 minutes ... To keep for longer than 1 week in refrigerator, process while still hot in a boiling water bath for 10 minutes.
Cook beans in salt water ... done; drain. Mix other ingredients in large saucepan. Bring to boil. Add beans; cook 5 minutes. Seal while hot in pint jars.
These individual items will serve 100 people. So if you are entertaining hopes this helps out. Serving Size: 100
Remove ends of string beans. Cut into ... strained. Stir-fry. Add pickled mustard greens. Stir-fry ... wok. Mix everything. Sprinkle with sesame oil. Serve.
Cut fresh vegetable and cover with salted water, overnight. Put oil, vinegar, pepper and spices on to cook. When this comes to a boil, add carrots ...
Rinse and drain beans. Add remainder of ingredients. Cover and chill for at least 1 hour.
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