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Learn How to Cook Dried Beans the Right Way for Maximum Nutrition. Dried Beans are very affordable and should be a staple in every Traditional Foods Pantry. ⬇︎⬇︎⬇︎⬇︎⬇︎Click Video Title or "Show More" for Additional Info⬇︎⬇︎⬇︎⬇︎⬇︎ ❤️If you enjoy learning how to make TRADITIONAL "Nutrient Dense" FOODS, including BONE BROTH, FERMENTS, SOURDOUGH, AND MORE…click the SUBSCRIBE BUTTON above…and TAP THE BELL🔔…so you will be notified each time I upload a new video! THANKS! ➡️ 🤍 🍎RECIPE ➡️ 🤍 ➡️Join our Traditional Foods Community. It's FREE! ➡️ 🤍 Receive a free eGuide and periodic emails about Traditional "Nutrient Dense" Foods, including printable recipes and more! ➡️WATCH RELATED VIDEOS: ▶️HOW TO MAKE SPROUTED FLOUR SERIES: 🤍 ▶️HOW TO SPROUT BEANS: 🤍 ▶️DO WE NEED TO SOAK GRAINS: 🤍 ▶️MASTERING THE BASICS OF TRADITIONAL "NUTRIENT DENSE" FOODS COOKING SERIES: 🤍 Some of my links below are affiliate links, which means if you make a purchase, I make a small commission at no extra cost to you. :-) ✳️MARY'S NEST AMAZON SHOP: ➡️Visit 🤍 and find everything you need to equip your TRADITIONAL FOODS KITCHEN for making Nutrient Dense Meals, including curated lists for Bone Broth Making Supplies and Much More! ✳️FAVORITE BEAN COOKING SUPPLIES: ➡️Stainless Steel Strainer: 🤍 ➡️8-Quart Stock Pot: 🤍 ➡️Glass Bowls: 🤍 ➡️Spatula: 🤍 ✳️RECOMMENDED READING: ➡️Nourishing Traditions: 🤍 ➡️Nourishing Broth: 🤍 ➡️Nourishing Fats: 🤍 ➡️Nourishing Diets: 🤍 ✳️15% OFF PROMO CODE FOR GRASS-FED BEEF BONES: ➡️Use this US Wellness Meats link: 🤍?affId=212406 and Promo Code MARYNEST for 15% off your order of regular-priced items. ✳️10% OFF PROMO CODE FOR WILD-CAUGHT SEAFOOD: ➡️Use the Vital Choice Wild Seafood Link: 🤍 and Promo Code: VCAF10 to Save 10% Site Wide with Free Shipping On Orders Over $99. ✳️15% OFF PROMO CODE FOR MASONTOPS AND BREADSMART: ➡️Use the Amazon link 🤍 and promo code MARYSNST for a one-time 15% off Masontops and Breadsmart products. ✳️60 DAY FREE TRIAL WITH PLAN TO EAT MEAL PLANNER ➡️Use this Plan to Eat link 🤍 and start your FREE trial today! (Special for Mary's Nest viewers) ✳️SPECIAL DISCOUNTS FOR MARY'S NEST VISITORS: ➡️Visit 🤍 to learn how to get DISCOUNTS on Beef Bones, Wild-Caught Fish, Sprouted Grains, Fermentation Equipment, Baking Supplies, Meal Planners, and more! ✳️VIDEO GEAR AND SERVICES: ➡️The video gear and services I use: 🤍 ❤️SOCIALIZE WITH ME: ➡️Facebook: 🤍 ➡️Facebook Private Group: 🤍 ➡️Instagram: 🤍 ➡️Pinterest: 🤍 ➡️Twitter: 🤍 📬EMAIL: 🤍 📬MAILING ADDRESS: Mary's Nest P.O. Box 342001 Austin, Texas 78734 📝COMMENTS: If you have any questions or comments, please post them below. I'm happy to answer your questions, and I look forward to hearing from you! ➡️ABOUT THIS VIDEO: In this video, Mary from Mary's Nest shows How to Cook Dried Beans the Right Way for Maximum Nutrition. ❤️THANKS FOR WATCHING!❤️ #MarysNest #DriedBeans #HowToCookDriedBeans ▶Disclaimer: I am not a medical doctor, a medical professional, a dietician, or a nutritionist. All content found on the MarysNest.com website, YouTube Channel, and related social media, including: text, images, videos, or other formats were created solely for informational purposes only. The content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified healthcare provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition or proper nutritional advice. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have watched on this video or read on the corresponding website. Use caution when following the recipe in this video. The creator and publisher of this video will not be held responsible for any adverse effects that may arise from the use of this recipe and method or any other recipe and method on this channel and the corresponding website.
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Dried beans are one of the easiest and healthiest foods to grow. Growing dried beans is simple. Learn how to plant dried beans, how to grow dried beans and how to harvest dried beans. You can shuck beans yourself and dry them and it’s simple to store them so they are ready whenever you need them. The Complete Garden System: GetBackyardAbundance.com My Site: 🤍
BULK GROCERIES: 🤍 Pinto Bean Tacos 1 lb. dry pinto beans 8 cups water 2 cups salsa 2 tbsp chili powder 1 tbsp cumin 2 tsp oregano 1 tsp salt taco shells lettuce cheese cilantro hot sauce Sort and rinse beans. Add beans and water to instant pot bowl. Close lid and cook on Manual, High pressure, for 25 minutes. Allow pressure to come down on its own. Drain water. Return beans to pot. Add salsa and all seasonings. Mix well. Serve with taco shells and any taco fixings you like. Indian Black Bean Dal 1 cup dry black beans 1/2 cup dry chickpeas 5 cups water 1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon turmeric 1 tbsp coconut oil 1 cup diced onion 1 tsp ground ginger 1 tsp garlic powder 1 cup diced tomatoes 1/4 tsp cumin 1/2 tsp turmeric 1/2 tsp cayenne pepper 1 tsp salt 1/4 cup tomato juice or water Cooked rise for serving. Sort and rinse beans and chickpeas. Add beans, chickpeas, water, salt, and turmeric to instant pot bowl. Cook on manual, high pressure, for 30 minutes. Allow pressure to release naturally for 20 minutes. Prepare rice as directed. In a saucepan, saute onion in coconut oil until onions are lightly browned on edges. Remove from heat and mix in seasonings. Add tomatoes and tomato juice/water. Mix well. Heat to boil then simmer until sauce thickens. When beans are done, drain all but 1/2 cup of cooking water. Mash beans until they are dip consistency. Mix in tomato and onion sauce. Serve bean mixture on top of rice. COOKING BEANS IN INSTANT POT: Pinto beans: 25 minutes Black beans: 30 minutes Chickpeas: 40 minutes Kidney beans: 35 minutes Navy beans: 30 minutes Butter beans: 40 minutes Great Northern beans: 35 minutes #stayhome #cookingbeans #drybeans #foodstorage To see the products we use and recommend from Amazon visit our Amazon Store at: 🤍 Etsy Shop 🤍 Solar Generator: Bluetti AC 200 Max and B230 that we use to power our workshop. 🤍 If you would like to support the homestead AND receive exclusive videos, blog posts and discounts for our Etsy shop consider supporting us on Patreon. 🤍 You can also support us through PayPal at: info🤍livingtraditionshomestead.com Also check out our Etsy Store for handmade items from the homestead: 🤍 Our new rabbit cookbook can be found here: Printed Copy: 🤍 Amazon Kindle Version: 🤍 Connect with Us! We'd Love to get to know you! Website: 🤍LivingTraditionsHomestead.com Facebook: 🤍facebook.com/livingtraditionshomestead Instagram: instagram.com/living_traditions Email Us info🤍livingtraditionshomestead.com Send Snail Mail to: Living Traditions Homestead PO Box 323 Ava, MO 65608 About Living Traditions Homestead Living Traditions Homestead is all about living a simple and sustainable way of life. We believe the world has gotten too “busy” and that people are missing out on many of the true blessings this world has to offer. We started as a small urban homestead in Gilbert, AZ and after the city grew up around us, decided it was time leave corporate America and take a big leap of faith by moving our family to the Missouri Ozarks. We put out 3 new videos every week! Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. We hope you will become part of our homestead family by subscribing to our channel and watching as we transition from city dwellers to full time homesteaders! We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites.
Wondering How to Soak and Cook Dried Beans and get it right? This easy-to-understand step-by-step method will answer any questions. Soaking before cooking makes beans more digestible (and tasty). You can see the difference in flavor after your first taste. It takes time and patience to do it right, but it’s REALLY worth the effort! For more details and written recipe, please visit my website: 🤍 Music: Song Title: Concerto in D, Op. 61 - III. Rondo: Allegro Performer: US Marine Chamber Orchestra Provider Link: 🤍 Alterations: Shortened the middle part to fit Permissions Granted by: Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported Link to CC license: 🤍
You harvested your dry beans! Now how do you shell 'em without doing it by hand? Let your feet do the work! We'll show you how! In this video we show you how to dry, shell, and winnow starting with a bundle of Hidatsa Shield pods and finishing with kitchen ready dry beans! Kids love this—so if there are younger kids around, involve them in the fun! Enjoy! Our best to you, Theresa & Dan
Beans are some of the easiest crops to grow and save for later to enjoy during winter. But there are a few tricks to processing dry beans properly. Watch Christy Wilhelmi of Gardenerd share her process, and a trick or two to make sure you get it right the first time. Whether you’re new to gardening or a garden nerd veteran, there’s a place for you at Gardenerd.com Visit our website: 🤍 Consider becoming a Patreon Subscriber to support the free info we provide on this channel and at Gardenerd.com: 🤍 Catch up with the Gardenerd Gazette: 🤍 Get your copy of Gardening for Geeks 2020: 🤍 Purchase "400+ Tips for Organic Gardening Success": 🤍 Follow Gardenerd on social media: Twitter: 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 #StoringBeans #OrganicGardening
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Growing Dry Beans And Tips For Harvesting Pinto Beans!
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Dried beans are not only an inexpensive, healthy protein; they can also be used in so many different ways. Thomas shares his simple method for perfectly cooked beans every time. Subscribe for more easy and delicious recipes: 🤍 More "Primary Ingredient" Recipes: - Want more? Sign up to get my video recipe email, served daily. Get recipe emails: 🤍 Like Everyday Food: 🤍 Follow Everyday Food: 🤍 Everyday Food Pinterest: 🤍 Sarah Carey is the editor of Everyday Food magazine and her job is to come up with the best ways to make fast, delicious food at home. But she's also a mom to two hungry kids, so the question "What's for dinner?" is never far from her mind or theirs, it seems! Her days can get crazy busy (whose don't?), so these videos are all about her favorite fast, fresh meals and the tricks she uses to make it all SO much easier. The Trick to Cooking with Dried Beans - Kitchen Conundrums with Thomas Joseph 🤍
Our friend, Jerzy, asked us if the rumor that pinto beans will not soften up and become edible after 5 to 7 years was true. We took a couple of number ten cans of 18-year-old pinto beans and cooked them up to find out the truth. Learn more about cooking, storing, and the shelf-life of dry beans at: Dry Bean Food Storage Myth - Actual Shelf Life Revealed 🤍 You may also be interested in these articles: Thermal Cookers: Powerful Solution for Efficient Emergency Cooking 🤍 8 Food Storage Enemies and How to Slay Them 🤍 Long Term Food Storage: Creative Solutions to Build a Critical Asset 🤍 You may be interested in some of these items: Instant Pot 🤍 Stainless Steel Pressure Cooker 🤍 Slow Cooker 🤍 SteelPak Mylar Vacuum Sealable Bags 🤍 Oxygen absorbers 🤍 Thanks for being part of the solution! TheProvidentPrepper.org is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com. This site also participates in other affiliate programs and is compensated for referring traffic and business to these companies.
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Dry beans are one of the greatest resources for anyone on a Plant Based Diet. They are packed with fiber and nutrients that are essential for optimal health. Beans of all types are super affordable and can be added to just about any meal. One of our family's favorite ways to eat them is cooked with chopped kale and onions and topped with salsa and "cheese" sauce. In this episode I walk you through cooking with dry beans with three different techniques including a slow cooker, InstantPot, and traditional stove top methods. ★★★ BECOME A SUPPORTING MEMBER! ★★★ » JOIN MEMBERSHIP: 🤍 NOTE: COMMENTING IS NOW AVAILABLE EXCLUSIVELY IN OUR MEMBER COMMUNITY PRINTABLE RECIPE: » 🤍 LINKS FROM SHOW » Cheese Sauce: 🤍 RECOMMENDED BOOKS » How Not to Diet: 🤍 » How Not to Die: 🤍 EQUIPMENT WE USE » Our Kitchen Setup: 🤍 » Our Production Tools to Make the Show: 🤍 CONNECT WITH US » 28 Days Plant Based Made Easy Course: 🤍 » Plant Based Made Easy Community Membership: 🤍 » The Whole Food Plant Based Cooking Show Recipe Website: 🤍 » Follow Us on Instagram: 🤍 #plantbasedcooking #vegan #veganrecipes #govegan
Thanks to Thryve for sponsoring this video! Click here to get 50% off your Thryve gut health test kit: 🤍 Here's the J. Kenji López-Alt article I mentioned about whether you should salt bean soak water: 🤍 *RECIPE, SERVES 6-8* 1 lb (454g) dried small (Mexican) red beans 1 red onion 1 red bell pepper 2 stalks celery (plus celery leaves for garnish) 2 tablespoons tomato paste 1 smoked ham hock (or smoked turkey leg, or spoonful of smoked paprika) paprika garlic powder cumin oregano dried sage salt pepper olive oil sugar vinegar hot sauce for garnish cooked rice to eat it with Soak the beans in enough water to keep them submerged as they double in size overnight. (Kenji recommends 15g of salt per liter of soak water, but plain water is fine too.) The next day, you can either keep the soak water, or drain it out and rinse the beans clean. (The water has a lot of good color, but there's some evidence that it increases gas if you use it, and Kenji says he gets better texture by discarding salted soak water and rinsing the beans clean.) Cut the onion, pepper and celery stalks into a medium dice, and put them in a big pot with a little olive oil. Cook over high heat, stirring constantly, until they seem at least halfway cooked. Stir in the tomato paste, then quickly add in the beans and enough water to cover everything before the paste burns. Drop in the ham hock. Reduce the heat to a low boil and cook, stirring occasionally, until the beans taste done — 45-60 min. At any point in the process, season to taste with salt, pepper, paprika, garlic powder, cumin, oregano and sage. At the very end, stir in a pinch of sugar and a tiny splash of vinegar (not traditional but very good). Serve the beans alongside rice, garnish with celery leaves, and drown in hot sauce. You can try to eat some meat off of the ham hock, but keep in mind it was chiefly for flavoring the beans.
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Today I will show you an easy way to soak and cook dry pinto beans. This method works great when you forget to soak the beans overnight to 24 hours. I will also show you an easy and simple Charro beans recipe. This is gonna be good! Welcome to Simply Mamá Cooks YouTube Channel! I am a Mom to a blended Korean / Mexican American family that loves to share what I cook in my home. I am still learning and enjoying the process of making home-cooked food. #simplymamacooks 🔴 My COOKBOOK is available online at Barnes & Noble, Target, and Walmart 🔴 Also here 🤍 ⭐️ GROUND BEEF ENCHILADAS 🤍 INGREDIENTS 1lb pinto beans (pre-soaked) 12 oz bacon 1 small onion 2 cloves of garlic 3 Roma tomatoes fresh cilantro 1 Tbsp tomatoes chicken bouillon salt to taste 3 to 3 1/2 cups water 5-quart pot HOW TO MAKE CHARRO BEANS Cooking beans for the week
YES!!! You can make dried beans WITHOUT soaking! Thanks to the Instant Pot! It will save you so much time, money, and is an essential in an whole foods kitchen! Skip the preservatives, sodium, and make beans for pennies! Cook Time for Dried Beans: Black Beans30 Minutes on High Pressure Chickpeas40 Minutes on High Pressure Kidney Beans35 Minutes on High Pressure Pinto Beans25 Minutes on High Pressure Navy Beans30 Minutes on High Pressure Great Northern Beans on 35 Minutes High Pressure Remember to use natural pressure release after the beans have cooked and salt your beans AFTER cooking. Full Printable Recipe: 🤍 Subscribe for More Instant Pot Recipes: 🤍 Free Instant Pot Tips: 🤍
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Today we join Casey for a look at cutting pinto beans. Our Cat Challenger MT765B paired up with our Elmers 23 row bean knife is up for the task. The soil is nice and mellow and the conditions are favorable for doing a nice cutting job! - - - Howdy and jak se máš! (Czech for "How are you?") We're a sugar beet farmin’ family in the Red River Valley of North Dakota! Our farm specializes in growing sugar beets, hard red spring wheat, sunflowers, corn, soybeans, and various types of dry edible beans. The legacy currently consists of my dad, my uncle, my two older brothers, and I (Beet Farmin Mitch). I am a 6th generation family farmer recently graduating with college degrees in both Agricultural Economics and Crop and Weed Sciences. Enjoy as I showcase our operations everyday work, grow as a young farmer, be a goofball, and walk out the most important thing to me. My love for King Jesus! My hope is that you may be entertained and spurred on to grow in your passion and knowledge for all things agriculture! Instagram: 🤍beetfarminmitch Commercial Drone Pilot (Part 107) Family friendly channel
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Hello friends, my name is Christine, and welcome to Frugal Fit Mom! In a version of a pantry challenge, please cook with me today on a budget as I show you how to get those dried beans ready for any recipe you want! Extreme Grocery Challenge Featuring Dried Beans - video coming soon... Chickpea Salad - 🤍 6 Quart Instant Pot - 🤍 Cosori Pressure Cooker - 🤍 The Home Cook Cookbook - 🤍 My Crockpot - 🤍 White Mixing Bowls - 🤍 Andrew's Rubik's Cube Channel- 🤍 Need CBD Oil? 15% off and free shipping at 🤍 Get 2000 Bonus points with FETCH rewards: FP9XH Join Ibotta - 🤍 Checkout 51 - 🤍 TopCashback - 🤍 Dinnerly free shipping - 🤍 I use VidIQ for optimizing my videos. Check them out here - 🤍 Want a send a letter the old fashioned way? P.O. Box 50472 Idaho Falls, ID 83405 Get $50 off $200 on Hotels.com - 🤍 Shop my Favorites on Amazon: 🤍 Let's be friends! Instagram: Frugalfitmom6 🤍 Email me: swimmerturnedtriathlete🤍gmail.com Things I use: Rakutan (formerly ebates) Get $10 - 🤍 Capital One 360 Savings Account - 🤍 Stitch Fix: 🤍 Disclaimer All links are affiliate links and may give me a small percentage by clicking through them. You are not required to click through any of my links.
IF YOU HAVE MOISTURE IN JARS AFTER SEALING, DO THIS: NOTHING!! The moisture will re-absorb in a few hours after cooling! UPDATE: March 21, 2020 Our Little Homestead! PLEASE READ BEFORE COMMENTING AS I"M GETTING HUNDREDS OF THE SAME COMMENTS: 1.) I DID BUY a pair of silicone gloves and they work great! Thanks for the 1000 comments on best gloves to buy for heat canning! 2.) Hand in jar comments: Please STOP and read This method is not about 'sterilization' as nothing is sterile unless it goes through 'time, steam and pressure', like a pressure canner or hospital auto-clave. 3.) Note: This video is about killing larvae that can attack your pantry food stores. 4.) Other methods you may try: You can freeze dry goods for 3-6 days as well, not killing it for seed. Heat does kill the seed for planthing later on...don't use this method if you are planning to plant the dry goods in a garden later. Use the O2s or vacuum sealer for using as seed. 5.) These dry goods will go through the oven after you TOUCHED the jars or product ... you can't have water left in the jars and you MUST check for this ... many did not do this step and regretted it, as moisture built up in their jars and their product turned to mush on top 6.) SOME MOISTURE is okay after taking out of oven, product will re-absorb the moisture. But if moisture is still in jar after cooling, open jar and let product air dry and vacuum seal. You did the job of killing the larva. Seal in a way you would like. 7.) I used that jar of beans and I'm still standing! LOL! So to answer it in short. Be clean. My hands used clorox wipes all over the kitchen. And, remember, if were not for germs, we'd all be dead! TRUTH! Some germs you don't want to kill. We have germs on us that keep us alive and fight off the bad bacteria. You don't want to kill that. So, touching the beans is not valid here. The beans were dirty off the combines and factory belts, into the semis, and onto store shelf before I got it... it's why we pressure can food in cans and jars... The best you can hope for in oven DRY GOODS canning to store for long-term is SANITIZED or CLEAN situation with no larva left alive to breed in your pantry. I hope this makes sense. I could put a mouse in a canning jar and pressure can it...and I could eat it. The most you can do in oven canning is to KILL IT! but the meat would still rot inside the jar if not pressure canned correctly. Gross yes, but true. Thank you for your questions! God Bless and be safe! _ #drycanning, #ovencanning, #drycanningrice, #drycanningbeans, #OurLittleHomestead, #JaniePendleton, With over a million views and thousands of comments, however, you can clearly see that I can no longer keep answering the same questions over and over again, so I put the most asked questions in the section above. Again, stay calm and live on! Janie & John
Saving time is so important on the homestead. Today Sarah decides to can a BUNCH of beans to save time in the kitchen at meal time. She cans pinto beans, black beans, and great northern beans in her pressure canners. Sarah shows easy steps to canning beans. We order bulk products from Azure Standard. Pinto Beans: 🤍 Organic Pinto Beans: 🤍 #canningbeans #pressurecanning #canningpintobeans #canningblackbeans #canninggreatnorthernbeans To see the products we use and recommend from Amazon visit our Amazon Store at: 🤍 Etsy Shop 🤍 If you would like to support the homestead AND receive exclusive videos, blog posts and discounts for our Etsy shop consider supporting us on Patreon. 🤍 Also check out our Etsy Store for handmade items from the homestead: 🤍 Our new rabbit cookbook can be found here: Printed Copy: 🤍 Amazon Kindle Version: 🤍 Connect with Us! We'd Love to get to know you! Website: 🤍LivingTraditionsHomestead.com Facebook: 🤍facebook.com/livingtraditionshomestead Instagram: instagram.com/living_traditions Email Us info🤍livingtraditionshomestead.com Send Snail Mail to: Living Traditions Homestead PO Box 323 Ava, MO 65608 About Living Traditions Homestead Living Traditions Homestead is all about living a simple and sustainable way of life. We believe the world has gotten too “busy” and that people are missing out on many of the true blessings this world has to offer. We started as a small urban homestead in Gilbert, AZ and after the city grew up around us, decided it was time leave corporate America and take a big leap of faith by moving our family to the Missouri Ozarks. We put out 5 new videos every week! Tuesday through Saturday. We hope you will become part of our homestead family by subscribing to our channel and watching as we transition from city dwellers to full time homesteaders! We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites.
Get the full printable recipe and instructions: 🤍 Pressure Cooker Recipe The easiest way to cook dry beans. This simple method uses an electric pressure cooker (Instant Pot) to cook dry beans in under 90 minutes (no soaking required). - Check out my best tips and two free eBooks to help you get started with real food : 🤍 ABOUT KRISTIN AND LIVE SIMPLY Kristin is a full-time recipe developer, food photographer, blogger, and mom to her two children. Kristin and her husband, Dustin, have been blogging since 2013 at Live Simply where they share real food recipes and natural living inspiration to help simplify life. Check out Live Simply for real food recipes and DIY tutorials to help simplify your life: 🤍 - Follow my adventures on: Instagram 🤍 Facebook 🤍 Pinterest 🤍
Hi Folks! In this short we show you a good way to easily make dried beans more digestible and help you make this tasty vegetable a part of your dinner! The brining method we use can easily be done with what most folks have on hand in your kitchen. This is a great book on our Amazon Storefront on making Vinegar: 🤍 Bare Mtn Farm's YouTube channel was created to provide free video content on the techniques and other topics on our flower farm that help promote growing a sustainable and regenerative way. If you would like to make a donation to help offset the costs in creating this content, you will be helping in the promotion of our efforts so that we can keep producing this useful content. Thank you in advance for any generous contribution you can make, all gifts are greatly appreciated! Support us at 🤍 To find other videos about us use the searchable hashtag #Baremtnfarm Find recommended products from our videos & favorite items used on the Farm or books that we recommend on our Amazon storefront: 🤍 Important Note about Affiliate Product Links Sometimes we may include affiliate links to Amazon or other vendors for products that we find are useful. "As an Amazon Associate we earn from qualifying purchases." Also, any links to other products outside Amazon from time to time may also be affiliate links. All of these small commissions we receive from the vendors do not affect what you pay for their products. Your purchases through our Amazon Storefront or any of the affiliate links in these videos help support this channel & the Farm. Thanks in advance for any support you can give!
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Stuck with so many beans in your pantry and not sure what to do with them? Try turning them into bean flour! Here's a few recipes you can cook using different types of bean flour, from Italian to Indian cuisine. ► Follow my cooking adventures on Instagram! 🤍 ► Become a Patron and support this channel! ❤️ 🤍 ► The Dal recipe I used, credits to Priya Krishna! 🤍 ► My Knives Authentic Blades via Klingenhaus: 🤍 * Use the code "MyNameIsAndong" in their store to get 5% off! ► My Cutting Board Frankfurter Brett: 🤍 * Use the code "MYNAMEISANDONG" in their store to get free shipping! ► MY NAME IS ANDONG Food is so powerful in bringing cultures together - something I learned when I lived in China. So let's travel, eat, cook, and learn from each other! I am a filmmaker from Berlin, Germany and make weekly videos about cooking and food culture. ► Facebook 🤍 ► Twitter 🤍 * This video description contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission.
To harvest and store dry beans, pick the pods off the vine as soon as they start to dry out or open, let the dry out naturally in full, hot sun, and store them in paper bags or jars for years and years. Harvest and store dry beans with advice from a sustainable gardener in this free video on gardening. Expert: Yolanda Vanveen Contact: 🤍vanveenbulbs.com Bio: Yolanda Vanveen is sustainable gardener who lives in Kalama, Wash. Filmmaker: Daron Stetner
Here we show you how to cook them step-by-step, so don't worry if you don't consider yourself an expert. Next, choose the type of bean you want to prepare; dry beans come in a wide variety with differences in color, shape, and size where the cooking time and the flavor may vary. Learn More: 🤍
If you want to grow dry beans in your garden, it helps to know approximately how many to plant to harvest what you need. With an extra 20-foot row in my garden, I planted pinto beans. Though they were supposed to be bush beans, they did climb my tomato trellis a bit. After 80 days, they were ready to harvest, and I harvested both shell beans (those not completely dry) and dry beans. Here's how much a 20-foot row of pinto beans, planted approximately 3-6 inches apart, yielded at harvest. For more on the backyard home garden, check out the Beginner's Garden Podcast here: journeywithjill.net/podcast
"Quick cook" beans make meal preperations FAST! This one idea is going to have a huge impact on my long term food storage. It's going to be so convenient to have 'quick cook' dry beans to add to soups, stew, and casseroles. It will allow me to make healthier meals for my family, in a fraction of the time it would take to cook dry beans from scratch. I'm really excited about this idea. Deb - Perbain's Channel: 🤍 WestCoastPrepperRN's Channel: 🤍