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  1. Bean ID

  2. Lima Bean • Preparation, uses, and tips • Succotash • Corn mixed with lima beans • Traditional dish in the Southern U.S. • Lima beans can be puréed as a substitute for milk in creamy soups.

  3. Kidney Bean • Preparation, uses, and tips • Kidney beans pick up flavors well • Ideal for marinating or adding to stews. • Use kidney beans to make chili • Add them to stews, soups, and salads, as well as to grain and vegetable dishes.

  4. Garbanzo Bean • Preparation, uses, and tips • Hummus • Cooked garbanzos • Sesame paste, in hummus • Great on pita bread, crackers, or vegetable sticks. • Garbanzos nearly triple in size after soaking and cooking. • When cooked, they have a unique flavor that blends well with garlic and onions.

  5. Black-eyed pea • Preparation and Uses • Cooked black-eyed peas can be puréed into a delicious spread for sandwiches or crackers. • Serve them with rice and cooked collard greens for a taste of the South.

  6. Black bean • Preparation, uses, and tips • In Mexican cooking, black beans are prepared for serving in burritos, enchiladas, and as refried beans. • 1 cup of dried black beans makes approximately 2 1/2 cups of cooked beans.

  7. Pinto Bean • Preparation, uses, and tips • Purée them for soup bases or use them in casseroles • Mash & refry them to make Frijoles Refritos (Refried Beans) to use in burritos • Also used for chili, soups, stews, salads or in Mexican dishes. • They can also be puréed and used as a spread or dip. • 1 cup of dried pintos makes 3 cups of cooked beans.

  8. Soybean • Preparation, uses, and tips • Tofu is used in vegetable stir-fry as a meat substitute • Soy nuts are a snack item with a crunchy texture and nutty flavor • Soy nuts make an interesting addition to salads and grain dishes. • Can be mixed with nuts, dried fruit, and chocolate chips to make trail mix or other snack mixes • Can be added to baked goods, such as chocolate chip cookies. • Available salted and unsalted and also with a variety of spices and flavorings added.

  9. Lentils • Preparation, uses, and tips • Lentils make delightful soups • Can be used in casseroles, salads, and stews • Make excellent croquettes or patties (ie. Falafel) • Fast and simple to prepare • Nourishing, hearty, and inexpensive meal when eaten with brown rice.

  10. Green split pea • Uses • Used mostly in soups (Spilt Pea Soup) • They do not require soaking • Cook in a shorter time than beans.

  11. Navy bean • Preparation, uses, and tips • Navy bean soup • Classic baked beans • Purée them to use as a nutritious spread for crackers or bread.