String beans are also called green beans or snap beans and they are essentially the same variety of vegetable.
They are known by their time of harvest when their pods are still green and filled with immature seeds.
String beans are beloved by gardeners around the world for their ease of growth.
They are typically eaten either raw or cooked.
Can guinea pigs eat string beans?
Yes, they can eat them in small amounts and guinea pigs will enjoy eating them as part of a well-balanced diet. Do not feed to them cooked though, just raw.
For more foods that guinea pigs can and can’t eat, check out our guinea pig food list.