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Beans Wonderful Beans

How to Cook Beans

How to cook beansIf you're like me and you love beans - especially a nice, warm bowl of bean soup smiley - you'll love this article about HOW to cook beans. The recipes always say to soak them overnight, but I just don't plan ahead that way. Plus, the times I've cooked them without overnight soaking, they seemed fine.

So I was excited to see this article that tests out the myths of cooking beans.
Enjoy!


Epicurious's Myth-Busting Guide to Cooking Beans











Posted in How to cook | 1 Comment(s)
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Posted by Lily on 03/10/2020 04:52AM