Fresh green beans are more than just tasty. With no saturated fat, they are very low in calories and contain vitamins and minerals. They're a rich source of dietary fiber, not to mention that they go well when paired with almost any meal. 

Whether you use them as an ingredient within a main dish or as a separate side dish, green beans can be made to taste a million different ways. OK, maybe not a million, but we bet it's close.

If you're looking for a good source of iron and calcium, check out the slideshow above for 15 green bean recipes!

Want more fall-inspired ideas? Try these Hearty Fall Recipes and Top 6 Fall Fruits.

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