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Chinese Wing Bean – Identification

Q: In the garden, next to my Tahitian long beans, we planted another seed that looked like a kidney bean. But what grew doesn’t look like any kidney bean I am familiar with. Any idea what these are? A: It’s a Chinese wing bean. According to San Diego Food Stuff,  the entire plant edible–not just […]
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