You’ve probably looked through recipes or watched a food program, and the word legumes is used. But when you see the legumes, you think, “those are just beans.” Cue the head-scratching.
When times got tough, our ancestors ate beans. In fact, beans were so important during the Great Depression that they became the basis for a number of classic dishes you may remember from your grandma’s house when you were a kid.
When you’re in college listening to your professor explain the tools and principles of business, you get the sense that there’s a particular formula to be followed.
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Let’s face it: with food shortages, bare shelves at the grocery store, and the rising cost of some ingredients, it’s becoming more difficult to keep a fully stocked fridge and pantry. Even without these complications, sometimes you run out of a crucial ingredient just when you need it, or you find that your infrequently used ingredients expired while they sat at the back of the pantry.
When you purchase a jar of Randall Great Northern Beans or Randall Pinto Beans, what you’re actually buying is potential. With that jar and some imagination, you can make a nearly limitless number of delicious, healthy meals quickly and easily. When your meal...