Bread Pudding

Hallie O'Donovan hallieod at indigo.ie
Mon Jul 9 05:47:51 EDT 2001


>In a message dated 07/08/2001 4:34:01 PM Pacific Daylight Time,
>ven at vvcrane.fsnet.co.uk writes:
>
>>Lima beams are Phaseouleus lunatus and are what Brits
>>call butterbeans. I've only ever had them dried ior tinned and think
>>they are horrible, one source said they are starchier than broad or
>>fava beans.
>>
>
>
>Thakn you for clearing up the confusion.  Lima beans are very starchy.  I
>enjoy them but like them fresh or frozen.  I do not like them from the can!

I'd never even associated butter beans with lima beans - probably 
because we never had tinned ones.  But small fresh lima beans are 
lovely.  Or succotash - ever have that?  Made with corn cut off the 
cob and little lima beans - yum.

Hallie.

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