Eating Pole Beans Left on the Vine Over Winter?

I have a question regarding pole beans. I live in NJ and if you are not familiar with the weather we have been having just think snow. Anyway, I have noticed that there are still some dried pole bean pods up on my trellis. Do you think I could still use them?

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Hardiness Zone: 7a

By Amy from NJ

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March 5, 20100 found this helpful

Yes you can use them as dried beans like you get in gro store. Soak them over night. Cook till done, good luck.

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March 6, 20100 found this helpful

Or, you could save them until the weather is warm and plant them.

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March 10, 20100 found this helpful

I am guessing the "poster" is the one who labeled this "Eating pole beans left on the vine over winter." If I was not clear I really wanted to know if the seeds were still good for planting. When dried they are all yellow or brown and dried like paper so I would not think they are edible other than using the seeds. I guess I will give it a try!

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