By cooking your own dried beans, you save money, reduce sodium and get better flavor along with, surprisingly, more vitamins and minerals. If you can't use the whole batch, freeze surplus cooked beans for later use in soups, salads and dips. The range of time for cooking beans is wide and varies with the age and the type of beans selected.
These creamy white beans are perfect in soups, stews and salads. Discover how to prepare canned or dried beans and our favourite serving suggestions.
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Since I’ve been getting into eating Slow Carb, there has definitely been a lot more beans on the menu. While I am loving exploring the different members of the legume family, I have been tending to stick to the convenience of canned beans. At times I’ve felt a little guilty. Not because I find canned […]
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Humble Home-Cooked Beans
My first thought when I saw these beans on a menu in Italy was "Beans on toast?" But then I tasted them. I felt pretty humbled that such a simple dish had been made to taste so gorgeous. Once you've learned how to season and cook them in the right way, you can apply the method to cannellini beans, lima beans, cranberry beans, haricots verts, lentils, even chickpeas. If you've grown your own beans, good on ya! Fresh beans will take about 45 minutes to cook, but you're more likely to get dried…