The French Bean is a herbicidal annual plant grown worldwide and commonly added to meals to lower the diner's enjoyment.
The French Bean's botanical name; Phaseolus vulgaris translates to; 'Squeaky tubes of sadness'. The first mention in literature of French Beans was a recommendation by famous Greek know-it-all Plinny the Elder (b 1066AD) '...for their tiresome squeaking and lack of tayste rendereth any repast less edible, and so guards against gluttony'.
Varieties of bean
The genus Phaseolus Vulgaris comprises:the French bean, the Kidney bean, and the Baked bean. All are germinated from the same bean seed; the ultimate form of the bean is determined by the medium used to germinate and grow the bean seed.
Method of producing the three bean varieties
|Bean Type||Growth Medium|
|French Bean||Dirty Soil with all worms in it|
|Baked Bean||Tomato Sauce|