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9/7/18 5:04 P

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Denise, you're terrific. Silly me for forgetting that, of course, there's got to be a "Bean Institute." Every bit of the food industry has its own promotion/lobbying outfit. I shall offer to this one a slogan: "Beans count! Be a proud bean-counter!" If they sniff at it, I shall say that it was your idea.

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I just found this chart that you might find helpful: beaninstitute.com/bean-counting-the-bean-y
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9/7/18 11:47 A

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A great many recipes call for draining a 14-oz can of beans. I'd rather cook up dried beans, but have no idea how much of the home-cooked beans equals the amount of those drained from the can. Has anyone ever drained a can to determine the yield? A cup? Less? More? It's black beans that I'm thinking of at the moment.

If you can shed light on this, thanks.

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LAURIE, NYC
No one said it would be easy, but it can be easier.

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"If you're going through hell, keep going."
-- Winston Churchill, master of both?


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