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August 13, 2008

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ha, I bet the cat would love those long beans. I have been waiting for my heirlooms to produce the heavy fruit, so far just small ones.
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But how do those giant beans taste? after all, the proof of the pudding is in the eating. I remember when I was small (we are talking 1960s!)my Father would let me choose the biggest tomato every year from which we took seed. He called it our genetic experiments. For years we grew huge tomatoes!

Those beans look awesome! Pretty easy to find them among the green leaves too! Do post about taste!

Wow, I usually check your blog pretty frequently and then all of a sudden, blam! You've got lots of great new posts.

Love the maters, beans, corn... it all looks fantastic!

I'm still waiting for my big tomatoes, I started them a little late, but I've gotten a couple smaller ones.

Great job!

wow is all I can say

Ken

Wow, you could probably braid some of those together and dry them like a garlic wreath for show.

You can pickle them. Add Sichuan pepper corn, garlic, ginger in brine. You might want to google for the exact recipe.

Laura

Wow I like the look of those Chinese Red Noodle beans, I've never heard of them before are they related to Yard Long Beans (Vigna unguiculata sesquipedalis)?

All these pictures are amazing...it looks like you have quite a harvest on your hands! Wow!

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farmingfriends

Wow your produce is growing well. Sara from farmingfriends

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