Cooking With Beans
Lima BeansGreen and flat, lima beans commonly come in two types. Butter (or Fordhook) beans are larger and full of potassium; baby lima beans (shown) are smaller and sweeter. Both have a buttery flavor and a starchy interior that can turn mushy, so they’re best in quick sautés (top with lemon juice and Parmesan). They are often sold cooked and frozen.
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