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The black-seeded Chinese bean is related to the black-eyed pea and is often referred to as the yard-long bean due to its lengthy pods. Grown in the spring, they should be harvested in a bun

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Submitted on Wednesday, March 6, 2013.

The black-seeded Chinese bean is related to the black-eyed pea and is often referred to as the yard-long bean due to its lengthy pods. Grown in the spring, they should be harvested in a bunch of 10-12 at a time for a normal serving that can be prepared as a regular green bean or as a stir-fried vegetable with olive oil and garlic.

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