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In episode 010 we are helping you to know whatever those green beans that have been sitting in your fridge for a while now are still salvageable. Learn to know when to save and when to toss. We also have tips on how to store them and how long you can expect them to last.
🛒 Before You Checkout
What you need to know before you checkout at the grocery store or market:
Try to buy green beans by the pound instead of plastic bags. While you will save a little time because these beans are often already snipped, you will not save money. They typically are more expensive and I find the quality is often inferior too.
Fresh greens beans are available in the store year round. However during the winter you'll want to be more picky when it comes to selecting them. They more often poorer quality and more expensive than in the summer months.
📚 Additional Resources
If you liked this episode make sure to check out this episode as well - The Colors of Broccoli.
Here are some other blog posts in our "Toss or Keep" series