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I used less onion & it was a sweet onion, just what I had on hand.m I added 1 chopped zucchini. We loved it! Marinate overnight

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Runnercook March 31, 2012

This is a wonderful way to use up some of the overabundance of the summer garden. I used one shallot finely chopped instead of the onion, and a little less sugar (I'm trying to cut back but most people would like it as is). And it only gets better the longer it sits.

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jimenezrachel August 23, 2009

Very good! Made as written except for using 2 large cloves of garlic. Will defiantly be a staple this summer. Thanks for posting

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Debilyn_Ks July 11, 2009

A. MA. ZING. Used 1/4 of a large onion, and a smidge more sugar. The onion, garlic and balsamic make a fantastically tangy addition to the beans. Our new way to eat green beans from the garden!

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greenfridge July 03, 2009

The balsamic and garlic is a winning combination in this dish! I used a sweet red onion, and after being marinated overnight it was so tangy and tasty from the vinegar marinade. I don't usually like regular 3-bean salad...this recipe is so much better!

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Ingy April 30, 2007

I love 3 bean salad so I knew I'd love this recipe. I love the balsamic and garlic...gives it a bit different flavour. For my personal taste I needed a bit more sugar (I used Splenda) and oil. Thanks for a new twist on an old favourite, gardenlady!

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Cookin-jo October 04, 2006
Marinated Green Beans