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Getting a nice supply of Madagascas at the moment. Used my model's hand for scale. This lot became a Mexican bean mix.
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They've been in about 8 weeks.
Dianne, I soak overnight but then throw them in the slow cooker with everything else. Depending on how long it is on for, sometimes they disintegrate .
Andy, how long did you have your vine in before it starting bearing? If anyone else has the Madagascas growing, how long did yours take?
Cheryl when using them dried - Do you soak and peel them and how long for? Also do you boil them before you start cooking the other ingredients for your casserole?
Thanks for the heads up Andy....
They went into a Mexican dish I made last night. They really are a nice bean to eat. I suggest boiling for a while to prepare them and then using them (refried like I did). Wonderful.
Nice little Harvest Andy, I look forward to tasting one of your recipes using these some time.
How are you going to use them? I have some dried which I use in casseroles.
They are beautiful - do they taste scrumptious?
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