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Cooking Beans and Legumes

Cooking Lentils in a Rice Steamer

Lentils are a healthy, versatile food rich in vitamins, fiber and minerals. Cooked lentils can be served as a side dish to a varie...

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 ...

Can Baking Soda Tenderize Dry Beans?

Baking soda can act as a tenderizer for dried beans. Dried beans that just won't get tender, despite following soaking and sim...

Cooking Chickpeas in a Slow Cooker With Baking Soda

Chickpeas, also known as garbanzo beans, are nutritional powerhouses. Chickpeas are low in fat, rich in dietary fiber and provide ...

How to Cook Field Peas With Snaps

Field peas are a type of Southern pea and are actually legumes. They have a long history in the South as a replacement for more ex...

How to Make the Best Great Northern Bean Soup

Versatile and nutritious great northern beans can be used in any recipe that calls for cooked dried beans. You can substitute them...

Do You Have to Cook Lupini Beans?

Lupini beans, or lupins, are the seeds of lupinus plants. With origins in the Mediterranean, these high-protein beans are traditio...

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...

How to Prepare Canned Kidney Beans

Canned red kidney beans make a nutritious convenience item. They have a shelf life of at least two to three years, and they spare ...

How to Cook Black Turtle Beans Quickly

The traditional method for cooking dried beans involves soaking the beans overnight, draining them and either simmering the beans ...
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