Q. You encourage your readers to eat more beans. How do I use dry beans instead of canned?

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A. Helen Rasmussen, PhD, RD, a senior research dietitian in the Metabolic Research Unit of the Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging answers: “Beans are a healthy food choice that contain a variety of nutrients, including protein, fiber, and potassium. They count as both a vegetable and a source of protein. Canned beans are convenient […]
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