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snap bean

n
1. (Plants) any of various bean plants that are cultivated in the US for their crisp edible unripe pods
2. (Cookery) the pod of such a plant
[C19: so called because the pods are broken into pieces for eating]
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snap′ bean`


n.
a crisp bean pod, as a green bean or a wax bean.
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Noun1.snap bean - tender green beans without strings that easily snap into sections
green bean - immature bean pod eaten as a vegetable
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During the first week of August, plant short-season snap beans, broccoli, cabbages, cauliflower, carrots, mustard greens, spinach and radishes for fall harvesting.
Shortly, it could stated that, the results which written herein are in good accordance with that recorded previously on potato (El-Zohiri and Asfour, 2009); on tomato (Tantawy et al., 2009); on onion (Shaheen et al., 2010); on strawberry (Abo Sedera et al., 2010); on snap beans (Hanafy et al., 2010; Shaheen et al., 2018) and on beans (Abdel-Mawgoud et al., 2011).
The typhoon also ravaged P199,079 worth of high-value crops, affecting 19 ha of assorted vegetables like cabbage, broccoli, potato, tomato, garden pea, bell pepper, lettuce, carrot and snap beans.
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They can produce nutritious greens, snap beans, shell beans, and even dry beans, which can be ground into flour for a gluten-free grain substitute.
The long list includes pinto, kidney and cannellini beans, snap beans or string beans and green beans, soybeans, edamame, asparagus and yard-long beans.
The objective of this study was to evaluate the efficacy of sanitization with hydrogen peroxide in reducing the enzymatic browning and pathogens of fresh cut snap bean. Fresh cut snap beans were inoculated by immersion in an Escherichia coli and Salmonella enteritidis contaminant solution Then, the vegetable was sanitized with hydrogen peroxide (0; 5; 10 and 20 mL [L.sup.-1]) for 10 minutes.
According to the North Carolina Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services (NCDA&CS), the Tar Heel State harvested some 4,300 acres of snap beans, with a value of more than $6.5 million, in 2014.
We take for granted that snap beans and edible-pod peas are eaten skin and all, though the pods of both are discarded after the seeds fully mature.
Here are the carbohydrate contents of some vegetables (per one cup cooked, unless otherwise noted): Black beans 40g Kidney beans 40g Garbanzo beans 5g Corn 32g Potatoes (white, red, sweet) 31-33g Acorn squash 30g Peas 25g Carrots 12g Broccoli ng Green snap beans 10g Spinach 7g Brussels sprouts 6g Lettuce (2 cups raw) 3g CALORIE COMPARISON (per one cup cooked, unless otherwise noted) HIGH-CARB VEGETABLES FOOD CALORIES Black beans 220 Chickpeas (garbanzo beans) 210 Sweet potato 180 Potatoes (white, red, Russet) 135-145 Corn 134 Green peas 134 LOWER-CARB VEGETABLES FOOD CALORIES Brussels sprouts 56 Carrots 54 Broccoli 54 Spinach 41 Green snap beans 34 Lettuce (all varieties), 2 cups 16-20