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Lima Beans

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Lima Beans is a fictional character from the 1998 film Has Beans.

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Google previewThe Code of Federal Regulations of the United States of America (1959)

"Green" with respect to lima beans means that the color of not less than 50 percent of the surface area of the individual lima bean (with skins on) possesses as much or more green color than plate 18, J-3, as illustrated in Maerz and Paul's ...

Google previewCode of Federal Regulations (2007)

The term lima beans means the beans and the pod. (9) The term peanuts means the peanut meat after removal of the hulls. (10) For processed foods consisting primarily of one ingredient and sold in a form requiring further preparation ...

Google previewFoods & Nutrition Encyclopedia, Two Volume Set (1993)

by Marion Eugene Ensminger, Audrey H. Ensminger

Shelled lima beans should be plump, have tender skins, and be green or greenish-white in color. Shelled beans are extremely perishable. They deteriorate quickly and soon become moldy or slimy at ordinary temperatures. Shelled limas ...

Google previewLewis' Dictionary of Toxicology (1998)

by Robert Alan Lewis

The lima beans commonly cultivated in the United States and other countries in the temperate zone are essentially nontoxic.

Google previewHawley's Condensed Chemical Dictionary (2016)

by Robert A. Lewis

The lima beans commonly cultivated in the U.S. and other countries in the temperate zone are essentially nontoxic. They are small, light green to nearly white in color, easily recognized, and essentially nontoxic. An exception is the black lima ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Magickal Ingredients (2005)

A Wiccan Guide to Spellcasting by Lexa Rosean

Green baby lima beans bring new income. Green splits are for money or health. Green pigeon beans represent resourcefulness and money. Large lima beans allow expansion and financial growth. Lentils bring peace and financial security.

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Practical Horticulture (1914)

A Reference System of Commercial Horticulture, Covering the Practical and Scientific Phases of Horticulture, with Special Reference to Fruits and Vegetables by Granville Lowther, William Worthington

asparagus, cabbage, cauliflower, garden peas, horseradish, strawberries, kale, lima beans, onions, radishes, spinach, sweet potatoes. The following plants are seldom, if ever, affected with them: Barley, oats, wheat, rye, corn, sorghum, milo, ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Seeds (2006)

Science, Technology and Uses by J. Derek Bewley, Michael Black, Peter Halmer

Lima beans. (A) Smaller, sieva type; (B) larger type (from http://waltonfeed.com/ self/ beans.html). A B 6. Types of plants Two growth habits are recognized, the indeterminate (vine) type, with a broader, ovate leaf pattern and the determinate ...

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