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Twenty-five Pounds of Legumes

September 26, 2012
Foods bought in bulk are less expensive. If used regularly, they can be stored in a five-gallon bucket. They can also be sealed in a #10 can or Mylar pouch

Foods bought in bulk are less expensive. If used regularly, they can be stored in a five-gallon bucket. They can also be purchased in a #10 can or sealed in a Mylar pouch

We have information on this website on legumes:

What they are; how to cook them; how to combine them with grains to serve a complete protein; how to season them; how to serve them; how to sprout them!

If you have beans, peas, lentils, etc. in your storage, are you using them, experimenting with them, enjoying them regularly. Tonight, I enjoyed a bowl of rice and black beans. I cooked my black beans with salt, garlic and bay leaf – wow, what a great flavor. I garnished the rice/beans with a dab of butter, a splash of lime juice and a generous spoonful of sour cream (plain yogurt works well too). Step up to the legume plate. It doesn’t have to be complicated.

Happy Cooking, Nancy

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