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    Question:(Panera- Bread)- Black- Bean- Soup

    jujuthegreat
    Thu Jan 03, 2013 10:30 am
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    Zeldaz
    Thu Jan 03, 2013 6:06 pm
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    Question?
    Amberngriffinco
    Thu Jan 03, 2013 6:39 pm
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    i like the look of cooked black beans.. when cooked fully, what do they taste like? I think they'd taste like pintos, but do they????
    DrGaellon
    Thu Jan 03, 2013 7:34 pm
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    Personally, cooked with the same seasonings, I can't taste much of a difference between varieties of beans. I think they all taste more-or-less the same.
    Zeldaz
    Thu Jan 03, 2013 8:33 pm
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    There are textural and flavor differences in different dried beans. Some are nuttier tasting, some firmer, some creamier, some softer, some meatier. Pintos and black/turtle beans are both meaty types, but pintos are creamier than turtle beans, which have a bit more tooth resistance. There's a flavor-matching chart at the following site which could be very helpful, even if you aren't cooking vegan. http://www.vegancoach.com/how-to-cook-beans.html#anchor-beans-matches

    A note on the recipe link posted in the original post: I would not bother with the cornstarch as thickener, it will break down if overcooked or reheated. Puree or mash a potion of the beans in the soup. The released starch will thicken it nicely with no added calories.

    This page also has suggested uses for specific varieties of beans. http://www.foodsubs.com/Beans.html
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