lima bean


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lima bean

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24 eggs/female), and it was the smallest on lima bean (sexual reproduction: 42.
Ellie and I stood, barefoot, our feet tangled together with lima beans sprouting everywhere.
Cook until the lima beans are tender but are not falling apart.
In this way Lima beans attract ants that not only enjoy the sweet nectar but also defend the plant against herbivores.
July 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Lima beans are rarely coveted, but Bob Kirkwood's situation merits exception.
One poem, "The Ever-Evolving Lima Bean," paints a charming and heartwarming picture of an expectant father looking at his unborn child's ultrasound picture.
After reading a book and passing a computer quiz, a student gets to put a lima bean in a can.
But Charles Shaffer's lima bean dish is, if not the first of its kind, certainly the first within memory of the current Sunset editors.
It is two layers of phyllo squares sandwiched between a ratatouille of grilled eggplant, zucchini, red pepper, onion, and baby lima bean pate.
Joan Irvine Smith is the great-granddaughter of James Irvine II, who sold seven square miles of lima bean fields to the United States Navy to allow for the development of the former El Toro Marine Corps Air Station.
Observations received as of yet exhibit that protein synthesis is promoted in tomato, bell pepper, squash, lima bean, and collard by carbon monoxide; in tomato, mustard, spinach, pumpkin, and collard sulfur dioxide; and in squash by nitrogen dioxide.