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Basic Cooked Beans, Peas, and Lentils

As a rule of thumb, dried beans triple in volume when cooked; 8 ounces (1 cup) dried beans will yield 3 cups cooked. This is a basic meth...

by Sally Schneider

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Homemade Black Beans

Cooking your own dried beans is absolutely the cheapest way to serve them. A 1-pound bag of beans generally costs less than $1. That one ...

by Beverly Mills and Alicia Ross

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Basic Beans

You can either soak the beans overnight or use the quick-cook method. There are instructions below for both ways. If you want to freeze s...

by Cesare Casella

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slow-baked-beans

Slow-Baked Beans

Over the past decade, I’ve experimented with various ways to cook beans and grains. Assuming that you can find standard approaches in any...

by Lorna Sass

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pot-beans

Pot Beans

Pick over the beans carefully to get rid of any little stones or bits of chaff. Cover them in a bowl with cold water and skim off any ...

by Diana Kennedy

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frijoles-de-olla

Frijoles de Olla

There are regional differences in what is added to beans cooked this way, but each recipe will guide you-or should.

by Diana Kennedy

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black-and-white-bean-salad

Black and White Bean Salad

A simple-to-prepare, delectable salad that will convert almost anyone into a bean lover. Combining the dressing with warm beans lets them...

by Bonnie Tandy Leblang

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three-bean-salad

Three Bean Salad

This traditional recipe is sometimes made with yellow (wax) beans in place of the limas.

by Bonnie Tandy Leblang

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ranch-style-eggs-with-refried-beans

Ranch-Style Eggs with Refried Beans

Serve this filling dish for breakfast, and you won't have to be concerned about what to make for lunch.

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner

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white-bean-soup

White Bean Soup

This thick soup from northern Italy is guaranteed to keep out the winter chills.

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner

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