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Definition of french filet bean

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Definition as written by dsrtgdn:

The Filet beans (Haricot Vert) Phaseolus vulgaris are thinner than other beans, not just an ordinary snap picked while still immature. However, they are not considered a separate species. Basically, thin, relatively short beans. Other than that, they are like any other pole (or bush) snap bean.


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