Dried beans are cheaper, smaller and easier to store than canned beans. The easier to store part could be arguable except I’ve never had a bad of dry beans fall off a shelf and almost break my toe.
The problem with dried beans is they take forever to cook. So much planning. If you’re like me, you don’t think of what to make for dinner until the kids are saying, “Hey, isn’t the food supposed to be on the table?!”
While this method of cooking beans may not solve that particular quandry, it will greatly increase your efficiency and decrease your lead time to generating tasty dishes with dried beans.
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