Organic French Beans from OrganicSiri®
Common beans are consumed all throughout the world and have a unique delicious taste. Vitamins, fiber and protein are abundant in them. They are supposed to have a variety of health benefits, including increased immunity. Easy to cook and tasty, they can be added to a variety of dishes.
Also known as
Green beans, Common beans, Fansi, Binnees
Green beans are low in calories, but they are high in nutrients that have a variety of health advantages. Antioxidants, especially vitamin C, abound in beans. They are high in fiber. They have essentially no fat, making them a naturally fat-free diet. They are said to keep the digestive system healthy.
How to use French Beans
Beans can be prepared as a whole by themselves or in a variety of savory dishes – stir fry, gravy curry, fried a few to name. Steamed and sautéed beans are a healthy nutritious recipe. Beans also taste great when cooked along with other vegetables like potatoes, carrots and corn.
The crop needs to be kept weed free at all stages. It is affected by borers and requires significant plant protection efforts. Green beans from OrganicSiri are grown in our own farms organically without use of fertilizers or chemicals. At OrganicSiri, we grow all our crops in our own farms organically without use of fertilizers or chemicals.
Fresh bean should be stored unwashed in a plastic bag in the refrigerator crisper. This method of storing whole beans should keep them around five days. If you plan to use them in a future meal, wash them under running water and snap off both ends of the beans with a knife or snap them off with a snapping action. Cut pieces of the bean can also be stored in an air tight container for a few days in the refrigerator.
It is grown in all three seasons. We plant it at OrganicSiri according to its requirements and make it available throughout the year.
How to buy Organic French Beans
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