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I used asparagus beans which are mutant sized pole beans that can grow as long as 24 inches. I cut them in off the vine when they are about 12 inches in length, and then I cut them into 1 inch segments. This recipe had a tad too much ginger for me, but it was still very good.

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AcadiaTwo August 17, 2011

We totally enjoyed these green beans. I cut the recipe in half and left the beans whole. This is diffidently a different green bean dish. We really liked the crispness of the beans and the touch of ginger. Thanks for posting. :)

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teresas September 16, 2010

A nice change from the way we used to eat green beans. Ginger a bit overpowering too for me, next time I'll make it more Asian with some soy sauce. Used less liquid as I like them crunchy.

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littlemafia December 12, 2009

My husband really liked it, but I felt there was a bit too much ginger for my taste. Made for Every Day Holiday Tag. :)

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Lori Mama December 09, 2009

Yummy! I had to use frozen haricot vert green beans and added 1/2 chopped onion. It was very good. Will make this again. Made for Everyday is a Holiday Tag Game 2009.

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nemokitty December 03, 2009

A defiant change of pace. Was afraid the 8 cloves of garlic would over power the dish but it did not as it helped to keep the ginger from over powering. Was really hoping this would be an over the top recipe, instead it just turned out to be a nice side. May try adding a splash of soy sauce and some sesame seeds. Thanks for the post.

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Debbwl November 26, 2009
Ginger-Garlic Green Beans