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I need a recipe for freshly picked green beans that involves NO

Gloria- The recipe below was shamelessly copied from a website found on Google, raw green bean recipes. Ingredients 3 cups green beans, chopped into 1 inch pieces 3 carrots, chopped 2 cobs of corn, kernals removed from cob 1 red ...

You list chocolate basil. Have you personally seen ...

Erika- I am sorry. You have been misinformed. I did not list chocolate basil. In fact, I have never heard of it until now. I recently made a list of items that I would need to get an apartment ready to rent. I have make no other lists.

Where and how is basil sold?

In my area basil is sold as dry flakes in a bottle, fresh bunches of leaves, and as plants in pots. You can also buy seeds and grow it outdoors, in a window or under fluorescent lights. Dried basil can be purchased in most supermarkets, dollar discount stores, CVS drugstores, imported and specialty ...