How to Freeze Your Green Bean Harvest

Today we are going to be talking about different ways to preserve string beans, with a tutorial on how to freeze your green bean harvest! Beans are one of the easiest vegetables to grow. Therefore, it is a good idea to know how to preserve them so you can enjoy them for a long time to come, fresh out of your garden! Preserving Your Green Beans In this article, I will share a tutorial on how to freeze your green bean harvest. I think this is the easiest way to preserve them, and the method that retains some of their crisp fresh flavor the best. You can also can them or pickle them. I will talk about each of these methods in more detail below. Other articles you may be interested in: The Easiest Way to Preserve Berries, Freeze Them! The Benefits of Freezing Your Tomato Harvest How to Preserve Pumpkins & Winter Squash by Roasting and Freezing Our favorite Homesteading and Gardening tools in our Amazon Shop! Fresh Green Beans vs Dry Shelling Beans Just to be clear, when I say green beans, I am talking about string beans vs dry beans. Varieties of string beans that I am talking about are Provider Green Beans, Yellow Wax Beans, Kentucky Pole beans and many others. These are also referred to as snap, green and wax beans. I am not referring to beans that you grow for dry shelling beans, such as Black Turtle Beans, Cannellini Lingot Beans or Dark Red Kidney Beans. Dry Shelling Beans, are grown for the seed inside the string bean, whereas string beans, are grown for the whole bean , where you eat the shell and the seed beans inside. Preserving Dry Shelling Beans These are the easiest beans of all to preserve. You let the beans…