|Bean Power (Cancer Prevention Cookbook)|
|by Tamara Holt|
A guide to eating beans features eighty-five recipes (each of which follows American Cancer Society guidelines for low-fat, low-cholesterol, and h...
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Drain soaked beans and add them to water in medium saucepan. Bring ... necessary. Stir in vinegar, simmer for ... avoid scorching. Good served with rice.
1. Drain beans and set aside, ... Heat olive oil in a non stick ... Add beans and vinegar; stir well. ... fat, 141 mg cholesterol. Good served over rice.
Cook beans according to package ... 1/2 hour. Put in bowl with lots ... and pepper to taste. Dress with oil and vinegar, being more generous with vinegar.
Place beans which have been soaked in a large heavy ... keep beans covered. Season with salt and serve with sour cream and cilantro sprigs. 6 to 8 servings.
Put all ingredients in a crock pot (slow cooker) and cook on low for 12 hours.
Black beans are high in protein, magnesium, manganese, ... if beans are soaked overnight. Drain and rinse beans. In a large saucepan, soak beans in 8 ... in while reheating, instead.
Rinse beans and soak overnight in cold water. Cook ... and add back to pot and stir. Place back in oven for another 2 hours at 250F. SIT BACK AND ENJOY!
Bake at 300 ... and pick over beans. Place in bowl; cover with 2 inches water. Let soak overnight. Or use ... molasses, onion, catsup, vinegar, and salt ... uncovered, 1 hour longer.
Look the beans, wash and soak. If kidney ... 6 cups water in a large pan. ... soup and add vinegar and chicken stock. ... serving. Refrigerate any not eaten.
Soak beans overnight in 2 quarts salted ... that they were soaked in for 30 ... limas, large or small; black beans; pinto; 1 lentils; bolitos, anazzazis.
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