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Meteor Broad Beans Planted by TopVeg !. Patient Expert Posted Sat 11 May 2013 5:34pm The Chef planted a row of Meteor broad bean seed today. Following the disastrous progress of the Express broad beans, the Chef planted another row of broad bean seed.  But this time he used the variety called Meteor. The Express broad beans were planted 9 weeks ago.  Another sowing now will give  a spread of harvesting, so that he can ... Read on »
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The Black Jelly Bean Plant by Pattie B. Patient Expert Posted Tue 21 Oct 2008 12:13am There are always a few in the group, kids who really couldn't care less about the garden, who want to take the sticks that line its edge and swing them at each other, or look at me and whine, "Can we go insiiiiiiiide?" That's when I lean forward and tell them the secret. "There's a black jelly bean plant," I tell them. "It doesn't have be ... Read on »
SOURCES OF PLANT PROTEIN OTHER THAN BEANS by Sally Kneidel Patient Expert Posted Wed 03 Jun 2009 12:24am I just saw the post below (in purple font) on the forum on It's a good question, b/c a lot of people don't like beans. Im a new vegetarian and im worried about not getting the right protein. I hear peanut butter and bread have it but I dont wanna have that every night. I also hear beans do, but, ... Read on »
Planting Broad Beans today! by TopVeg !. Patient Expert Posted Mon 30 Jan 2012 8:39am We are planting some midwinter broad beans today, before the ground gets too hard.  Frost is forecast, and the frost freezes the soil making it too hard to dig. Midwinter broadbean seed Midwinter broad beans  are an ideal variety for planting in January. Read on »
Planting Broad Bean Express Seed by TopVeg !. Patient Expert Posted Tue 26 Feb 2008 5:36pm The broad bean variety, Express, was planted in the vegetable garden today. Broad Bean Sowing: depth of seed 50mm distance between seeds 20cm distance between rows 50cm The beans have been given plenty of space because the TopVeg garden is very fertile. If the seeds were planted closer, they would be competing for light an ... Read on »
3-Bean Vegan Burgers and Talking Plant-Based Protein by Nada Posted Sun 10 Jun 2012 7:35pm Hello, from the desert island Kingdom of Bahrain, once again. I’ve had a really great week in London (tales of which will be shared soon), but boarded yesterday’s plane home sufficiently exhausted. Who knew relaxing could be so taxing! Moving on, it’s finally time to address what is without a doubt the number one question vegans get asked ... Read on »
#plantPOWER Pinto Bean Bowl! by fortheloveofkale Posted Tue 11 Dec 2012 2:17pm Hey friends! I’m so stoked to see you guys are willing to join me in not texting and driving . Today is day five, baby! Let’s stick together through it. Workout This morning, I completed an awesome total body mish-mosh of YouTube videos. It left me feeling strong, energized, and a bit sore – all good signs! On the days I don’t do yoga, ... Read on »
Plant Strong Recipe Friday: Jennifer's Plantastic BBQ Beans and Quinoa Pilaf by RunnerGirl .. Patient Expert Posted Fri 15 Nov 2013 12:32pm Jennifer's Plantastic BBQ Beans and Quinoa Pilaf Ingredients 1 can of rinsed and drained pinto beans (Great Northern or other white beans would work just as well. ) 1 bag of shredded cabbage slaw mix 1 small white onion 1/2 C of frozen kale 1 Jar of Bone Suckin' Sauce 1 Jalapeno (optional) 1 C uncooked red Quinoa 2 C ... Read on »
Why Stake Broad Beans? by TopVeg !. Patient Expert Posted Thu 30 Jul 2009 10:02pm It is worth tying broad beans to a stake if they are growing on fertile soil, as they grow tall and tend to blow over in heavy rain or wind. LodgedBroadBeans When the broadbean plant blows over it ‘lodges’ with other broad bean plants and stays close to the soil.  Some of the leaves will be hidden from bright light so the broad bean pod ... Read on »