Fresh green beans need to be rinsed and then the ends need to be trimmed. You can use your hands to snap off the very end of each side, or use a knife to trim. Long green beans may need to be snapped in half for easier eating.Do green beans go bad?
The best way to tell if your green beans are going bad is that they will become limp and moist. A fresh green bean will snap apart when bent and produce the appropriate sound while snapping. ... Green beans can be eaten raw or cooked, just break off the top stem and the rest is all edible.Do green beans grow on a vine?
Green beans come in two growing variations: Pole: Grows on a vine and needs a stake or “pole” to grow up. Bush: Grows in a small bushy shape and does not need a pole or stake. Although many varieties of string beans are green, they are also found in colors such as purple, red, yellow and variegated.