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“I saw some large, yellow "limas" for sale from vendors in front of the Pátzcuaro Basilica this afternoon.”
“Other than genes, they have nothing in common with the nasty green limas I remember from childhood.”
“Christmas limas are a perfect foil for strong, spicy flavors and are robust enough to serve on their own as a salad, spread, side dish, or main course.”
“Christmas limas (Phaseolus lunatus), also known as chestnut limas, are now on the Ark of Taste list for the United States.”
“There is still time to order and plant the heat-loving beans, limas and yard-long and the (decorative) purple hyacinth bean.”
“Another project is we will be growing our own dried beans this spring, anasazi, tarbais, peruanos, christmas limas and borlotti.”
“Lima is one variety and to Ms. Porter, nothing is finer than baby limas stewed with bacon and milk.”
“You can substitute any just-cooked beans for the limas, and the type of fish is totally up to you as well, as long as it is sturdy enough to hold together during cooking.”
“For limas, favas, edamame in or out of the pod, and the like: Cook like vegetables.”
“In winter it often makes sense to buy frozen vegetables, especially peas, “fresh” shell beans like favas and limas, Brussels sprouts, okra, and corn, all of which retain much of their flavor and texture when frozen.”
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