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'Schez-Ron' String Beans RecipeIngredients:
• green beans
• cooking oil of your choice
• garlic or garlic scapes, chopped
• soy sauce or wheat-free tamari
• toasted sesame oil
1. Rinse beans (some blossoms might come off). We don’t always take the time to cut the stems off the beans, but certainly you can.
2. Heat a couple Tablespoons of oil in a large pan.
3. Sautee chopped garlic scapes or garlic for a few minutes. Maybe two cloves, adjust to your taste.
4. Add green beans with a little water (about a quarter cup). Cover the pan. Steam it. Stir it occasionally, cooking for five minutes or until tender.
5. Add soy sauce or tamari.
6. Add a dash of salt, optional.
7. Continue to cook down to evaporate some of the liquid.
8. Add a splash of toasted sesame oil at the very end.
Ilene White Freedman operates House in the Woods organic CSA farm with her husband, Phil, in Frederick, Maryland. The Freedmans are one of six 2013 MOTHER EARTH NEWS Homesteaders of the Year. Ilene blogs about making things from scratch, putting up the harvest, gardening and farm life on the farm's Facebook Page. For more about House in the Woods Farm, go to the House in the Woods website, and read all of Ilene's MOTHER EARTH NEWS posts [url=http://www.motherearthnews.com/search.aspx?tags="Ilene White Freedman"]here[/url].
One this recipe sounds awesome and uses tons of beans, and two, I can do it outside on my grill!
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Sounds tasty, Scorpio.
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