Made pollock edible - gave it some taste. Livened up a bit of farmed salmon. Added it to a crumb topping on a fish pie. Any other ideas please?
*Heritage Variety* *Endangered Variety from the Slow Food register of varieties at risk, the 'Ark of Taste'* https://www.fondazioneslowfood.com/en/ark-of-taste-slow-food/meraviglia-di-venezia-bean/
Marvel of Venice Yellow French bean
B17 - This wide, meaty yellow French Bean is stringless. It is great hot as a vegetable, but it really comes into it's own in a bean salad dressed with Olive oil and balsamic vinegar from Modena.
Early variety with white seeds. The plant reach and height of 190cm, with pods about 20cm long and 3cm wide.
To be sown from April to July
Approximate seeds quantity: @ 150seeds
Horticultural name: Phaesolus vulgaris L.
Loved these so much. My husband only likes Runner beans - yellow runners who'd a thunk! Got a pack for my sister - a connoisseur of beans - we will see.
A lovely meaty bean that never goes tough or stringy, not quite as prolific as ordinary runner beans, but really tasty