green soybean


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Noun1.green soybean - seeds shelled and cooked as lima beans
shell bean - unripe beans removed from the pod before cooking
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eIuEdamameeIN, the Japanese word for green soybean, has fifty percent more protein than peas, which makes them particularly appealing to health conscious people seeking low fat and high protein food.
The Arkansas Soybean Association in Little Rock recently announced the winners of the 2013 Grow for the Green Soybean Yield Contest and the Race for 100 winners.
The green soybean snacks contain enough naturally occurring nickel--nearly 0.
Just a stone's throw away, a woodchuck was stuffing itself on succulent green soybean leaves.
The combination of low oil content and the relatively high protein content of fresh green soybean seeds makes them particularly desirable to the health conscious people seeking low fat, high protein snacks (Brar and Carter, 1993).
Edamame", the Japanese word for green soybean, has fifty percent more protein than peas, which makes them particularly appealing to health conscious people seeking low fat and high protein food.
I'd arrowed many deer, including some fine bucks, around lush green soybean fields, and also later when the fields were brown, and even when the fields had been harvested and nothing remained but beans scattered on the ground.
The Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare announced Monday that it will reinforce inspections of all green soybeans imported from China following the discovery that some frozen green soybean imports contained higher-than-permitted levels of pesticide residue.
Green soybean harvest may be stretched over several weeks, as the beans at the base of the stalks dry first, then gradually the ones higher up--very much like garden peas.
Martin Henry of Desha County, Blake Goodman of Corning and Tim Sisk of Wynne have been named winners in the Arkansas Soybean Association's 2012 Go for the Green Soybean Yield Challenge.