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cooking dried beans

  1. Food and water
    What's the trick? I always seem to have hard one's even after cooking several hours. I want to store long term peas and beans but want to be able to eat them when I cook them. I would love all of the help and suggestions I can get here. Thanks HH54r
  2. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Dry beans need to be soaked before they can be cooked. If the dry beans are cracked will they need less time to soak? I'm not talking about grinding them down into powder. I'm talking, putting them in a grinder or blender for a second or two just to crack their skins so water can more easily...
  3. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    Wasn't sure where to put this, so it went here. Been stepping up storage lately and came to thinking about something. Aside from wheat it seems that rice and dry beans are big LTS items. As far as I know and can gather, these two items require alot of water to process and have long cooking...
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