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It only takes a few minutes of hands-on time to cook and freeze dried beans – it’s a great way to save money and control ingredients and still have the convenience of canned beans.

How To Cook & Freeze Dried Beans

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We use beans a lot in our family real food menus – in soups, on salads, and for delicious dips like hummus and white bean dip.

And while canned beans are super convenient, frozen dried beans are a healthy, cheap substitute that can be used no This tutorial was originally published in the first year of the site, 2009 and has been updated in April 2018 and September 2022.

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