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Washing A Large Veggie Harvest

I recently got about 15 pounds of fresh green beans from a friend. She pickles them and gives away the shorter ones. I didn't have a colander big enough and wanted to get them processed.
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So I found a new garbage bag, and filled it with the beans and water. After sitting for about 10 minutes, I simply poked a hole or two in the bag and drained the water. They were clean and all together to bag and freeze.

It sure did make quick work of my project and I had fresh beans that night. Still eating them, in fact, as you can take out as much or as little as you want. N-JOY!

Source: Just a big project and a tiny kitchen.

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September 5, 20140 found this helpful

Great info, thanks for sharing!

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September 8, 20140 found this helpful

Great idea! You are very creative, like it. :)

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August 13, 20180 found this helpful

great idea and if you are canning tomatoes core them and blend them instead of pealing them after you put them in hot water. saves a lot of standing and hours of pealing. if there is a skin while cooking, just pick it out of the pot

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August 15, 20180 found this helpful

WOW!!! what a super idea. thanks

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