Where have these bean all our lives? Snappy and vibrant pickled string beans are captured and preserved at the peak of summer freshness. And the brine is blessedly simple — made from vinegar, cane sugar, garlic, salt, and spices — it really allows the seasonal beans to shine. The makers began pickling during Covid, in an attempt to help small farmers struggling to find places to sell fresh produce. The forward-thinking provisions make commonplace pickles absolutely green with envy.
Tip of the Tongue:
Pickled beans make a great base for the beloved Southern condiment known as chow-chow. Simply combine with whole grain mustard, chopped tomato (green, if ya got it!), corn off the cob, and some thinly sliced pickled onion.
Green Beans, Vinegar, Water, Cane Sugar, Garlic, Spices, Salt