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Did you know there is a difference in taste between yellow beans and the green bean? Indeed, the yellow is sweeter, while the green has a slight bitterness.


The bean is available all year round in cans, but its true season is July through September. To choose them well, opt for those that are firm, long and thin in size, unblemished, easy to break and bright in color.


Wrap your beans in a damp cloth, then refrigerate in the crisper drawer for up to four days after purchase. Blanch them then store in the freezer for several months.


The bean is first stemmed and thinned with a small paring knife. It is then cooked, preferably al dente, in order to preserve its vitamins.
Cooking time:
  • 10-15 minutes in boiling salted water or steaming
  • 5 minutes in wok or pan after blanched< /li>
  • 10-15 minutes in pressure cooker
To maintain the color of the beans after cooking, immerse them in an ice water bath. Thermal shock fixes chlorophyll.

Stay healthy

Eating beans has many benefits. Beans are rich in fiber, vitamin B9, essential for the growth of the fetus of pregnant women especially in the first trimester of pregnancy, vitamin B5, which plays on cognitive performance, and vitamin C, an ally of the immune system. , nervous system and collagen formation. It also contains iron, potassium, beta-carotene and many antioxidants.

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