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    Dried Adzuki Beans

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    Sat Feb 19, 2005 5:36 pm Groupie
    Nose wrote:
    I think that recipe is probably fine, and I hope other people still try it. I was trying to write a review, or notes, really, that would encourage people to go ahead and try it.

    I just don't think I will try making adzuki bean paste from scratch again in the near future. It wasn't hard, but it took a long time. I think I'll just be buying it canned or buying my treats from bakeries for now.

    Making bean paste can be a nuisance, which I guess is why I hadn't made it in quite a while, myself. My husband was so surprised when he saw what I was making the other day, it was worth it. icon_biggrin.gif

    When we had 3 kids at home, though, it was the cheapest way to give them Japanese sweets.
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