How do you like your beans?

The world is flat, we never landed on the moon and there is no such thing as climate change. And if you believe that, I suggest you go outside and look around.

Next year we’re going to have to switch to a different variety of bush bean than we’ve planted in the past. We’ve done the research and are going to try Rattlesnake Beans or Greasy Backs. Those are two varieties that can endure extremely hot, dry weather.

This year our pole beans grew tall, the leaves were green, and they bloomed. When they produced, we picked, strung and snapped them and put up a run of 14 jars. This is a lot of work, as you know. We didn’t can everything that was picked, but saved enough to

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