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2 INGREDIENTS • 6 STEPS • 13HRS

Dry Beans

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A simple way to cook, batch, and freeze dry beans.
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I clearly love to cook but I am so much more than that. I am a wife, a mother of two, digital marketing executive and an Autism support coach. Yep! My hands are full!
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A simple way to cook, batch, and freeze dry beans.
13HRS
Total Time
$0.20
Cost Per Serving
Ingredients
Servings
6
US / Metric
Red Kidney Beans
2 bags
16 oz
Red Kidney Beans
or Any dry beans of choice
Water
as needed
Water
Nutrition Per Serving
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Calories
526
Fat
--
Protein
32.9 g
Carbs
92.0 g
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Author's Notes

Once you need to make the beans for your meal, just move to the refrigerator to start defrosting overnight. But if you forget to do that, no worries! Just place the beans in a saucepan, add whatever seasonings you want into it and cook on low so the beans slowly warm-up and break apart from each other. Stir occasionally and carefully so you don’t break up the beans too much.
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step 1
Place Red Kidney Beans (2 bags) in a bowl with Water (as needed). Make sure the water covers the beans and then some.
step 1 Place Red Kidney Beans (2 bags) in a bowl with Water (as needed). Make sure the water covers the beans and then some.
step 2
Cover and leave on the counter overnight, 12 hours preferably.
step 2 Cover and leave on the counter overnight, 12 hours preferably.
step 3
The next day, place the beans and the water in a large pot and add more Water (as needed) if necessary to cover the beans. Bring to a boil over high heat.
step 3 The next day, place the beans and the water in a large pot and add more Water (as needed) if necessary to cover the beans. Bring to a boil over high heat.
step 4
While it's coming to a boil, stir frequently and remove as much of the foam as you can while it comes to a boil.
step 4 While it's coming to a boil, stir frequently and remove as much of the foam as you can while it comes to a boil.
step 5
Once it's boiling, lower heat to medium and cook until the beans are tender but not too tender that they are breaking apart.
step 5 Once it's boiling, lower heat to medium and cook until the beans are tender but not too tender that they are breaking apart.
step 6
My beans cooked in about 1 hour and 15 minutes. But depending on the bean you chose it could be less. So keep checking and checking!
step 6 My beans cooked in about 1 hour and 15 minutes. But depending on the bean you chose it could be less. So keep checking and checking!
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Beans & Legumes
Dairy-Free
American
Gluten-Free
Caribbean
Shellfish-Free
Vegan
Vegetarian
Indian
Latin American
Mediterranean
Side Dish
Mexican
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