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Roasted Green Beans & Yogurt Sauce Recipe

Posted on 21 March 2011 by admin     


Green beans make a great addition to any kitchen garden, as they are available in a variety of growth patterns and colors. Incorporate freshly grown green beans into your favorite dishes with helpful hints from an organic gardener in this free video on garden-to-table cooking.

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  1. runescaper128 Says:

    I hate eating beans, but this looks like something i REALLY wwanna eat.

     
  2. manhenk Says:

    looks yummy, I usually have them cooked in water and then but together with fried bacon bits.. very tasty also.. 😉

     
  3. jmbhottie23 Says:

    @camboy1132 me too, but i dunno if youve ever been to seattle, but its a beautiful city. Its a very ‘green’ place and their is lots of community gardens, private gardens, and very hippy and organic things all around. I mean, dont get confused they have alot or homeless and crime but its not worste than other big cities. Also, seattle is pretty close (id say about 45 minutes away is where i live) to the country. Farmland, mountains, lakes, and ocean galore! Ahh beautiful washington state.

     
  4. camboy1132 Says:

    I would rather live in the counrtry away from a big city for many reason happiness. clean air water. Hiking trails, and the gardening. some place much smaller with city close by with 30 thousand people and liberal. ocean river state park hiking trails with a bus stop. it has helped me feel happy

     
  5. mo98003 Says:

    Then why, @TronicGames, do you even watch a post like this? I think they do a GREAT job with their video presentation, and they offer some very good information. I, like many others, enjoy posts like this. Why don’t you go elsewhere and watch video posts that YOU find interesting, instead of responding to video posts like this one so destructively? Seems to me that if you do not like a certain topic, then you would be foolish to waste your time and energy here.

     
  6. TalyaRaphaella Says:

    @4o4o4o LoLz. 🙂 I can’t stand the generic American equivalent of yogurt because it is completely far from what yogurt should be. Carmine in Yoplait is ground up African beetle shells (gives it that glorious red color), so I would rather take the “Greek strained” version and make it sweeter with honey, walnuts, and some berries. But Greek strained is gaining in popularity in America! I guess people are wisening up to the dangers of high fructose corn syrup. 😉

     
  7. 4o4o4o Says:

    @TalyaRaphaella Exactly ! Thats got nothing to do with Greece , rather than … ehm…google it ! The chineese know it ! and btw the yogurt + cucumbers + ect. is also a national dish of ………. google it (if you want ofc) Happy we cleared that 🙂

     
  8. TalyaRaphaella Says:

    You two are completely adorable and thank you for posting!

     
  9. TalyaRaphaella Says:

    @4o4o4o What exactly about the Greek Yogurt was offensive? Because in America most yogurt is the highly sweetened concoction called “Yoplait” which is nothing close to what yogurt should be. So the term “Greek yogurt” really references “Greek strained yogurt” which is thicker, unsweetened (mostly), and like a sour cream taste. It’s quite delicious. It’s a term used in America to say yogurt other than the super sweet stuff.

     
  10. BeltlessTrenchcoat Says:

    i bet she loves pole beans

     
  11. 4o4o4o Says:

    GREEK YOGURT ???? WTF ????? ……I fucking swear to God , you americans are idiots …..Im not even gona explain, not worth it …

     
  12. pubtor Says:

    lol

     
  13. TronicGames Says:

    “OMG WE ARE SO HAPPY AND BEANS MAKE US SO HAPPY OH BEANS WE LOVE YOU AND VERTICAL STRUCTURES TOO OMG MY LIFE IS PERFECT I LIKE TO COOK FOR MY HUSBAND”

    I’m sorry, but I can’t stand this shit.

     
  14. THEMAYQUEEN1 Says:

    Yummmmmmmmy

     
  15. THEdestroyedONE Says:

    Mmmm green beans yum

     
  16. XxLethalxStrikesxX Says:

    Nice animation

     
  17. bakamesuinu Says:

    Cool beans.

     

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