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Cooking Beans and Legumes

Legumes List

Legumes are plants with seeds in pods. They include beans, peas, lentils, peanuts and soybeans. Legumes have been a major source o...
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Fiber in Refried Beans

Refried beans can be part of a healthy diet when eaten with other nutrient-dense foods. They are high in fiber and protein and, ac...
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Refried Beans & Diet

The health benefits of beans are well worth looking into, because they provide high levels of minerals while being low in fat and ...
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Fava Beans & Depression

People sometimes have to try a number of treatments for depression before they find one that works for them. The complex nature of...
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The Nutritional Value of Yellow Split Peas

Split peas belong to the same family as lentils and beans. What distinguishes these dried peas is the ways in which they are prepa...
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How to Cook Yellow Split Peas

Whether you are eating less meat, developing a vegan palate or starting a gluten-free diet, split yellow peas are a healthy source...
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How Many Calories in Refried Beans at a Restaurant?

According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, 1 cup of most canned refried beans has 237 calories. However, many restaurants ad...
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Calories in Dried Beans

Most common way to cook dried beans is to soak them and then boil them till they are tender. This way of cooking beans adds no add...
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Boiled Egg & Beans Diet

According to the University of California at Berkeley, boiled eggs and beans are high-quality proteins to include in your diet. A ...
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Mung Bean Soup Calories

The overall nutrition of mung bean soup depends upon the specific ingredients of the recipe. Many mung bean soups contain addition...
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