Trim Beans in a Flash

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Food Stylist: Carrie Purcell ,Food Stylist: Carrie Purcell

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Hot Tips From Food Network Kitchens’ Katherine Alford:

Green beans don't need to be trimmed on both ends — just the stem end. For fast trimming, line up a handful of raw beans on a cutting board with the stem ends facing your knife, then push them into a line against the knife and make one long cut.

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