Dried beans cooking lessons
Small chilli Offline
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I feel I’m a little over excited about dried beans  Big Grin . 

They’re not going to last very long. But I’m pleased with my first attempt. Especially as the plants were pretty much neglected from start to finish.

   
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I'm "talking" to solicitors as we speak. They keep sending me forms to complete and its doing me 'ed in trying to complete them online!!

I agree about sorting being fun - I'm thinking of making seed packets from old calendars for the seed swap.
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(14-10-2021, 11:16 AM)Small chilli Wrote: I feel I’m a little over excited about dried beans  Big Grin . 

They’re not going to last very long. But I’m pleased with my first attempt. Especially as the plants were pretty much neglected from start to finish.

I recognise some of Scarlet's mystery beans in there SC.  Scarlet really has a lot to answer for.  The joy of growing beans for drying is the plant and forget aspect, isn't it , I get your excitement too  Wink  when I've shelled all mine I'll send a pic  Big Grin
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I ended up putting the beans in the dehydrator last night, a few have split, is that an issue?
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(14-10-2021, 02:43 PM)JJB Wrote:
(14-10-2021, 11:16 AM)Small chilli Wrote: I feel I’m a little over excited about dried beans  Big Grin . 

They’re not going to last very long. But I’m pleased with my first attempt. Especially as the plants were pretty much neglected from start to finish.

I recognise some of Scarlet's mystery beans in there SC.  Scarlet really has a lot to answer for.  The joy of growing beans for drying is the plant and forget aspect, isn't it , I get your excitement too  Wink  when I've shelled all mine I'll send a pic  Big Grin
Plant leave and forget is what I really like. A fab crop at the end of the season with little time spent on them and lots of meals/uses.
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(19-10-2021, 06:02 PM)Broadway Wrote: I ended up putting the beans in the dehydrator last night, a few have split, is that an issue?

Only an issue I would have thought if you want to sow them next year.
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(20-10-2021, 05:39 PM)Mark_Riga Wrote:
(19-10-2021, 06:02 PM)Broadway Wrote: I ended up putting the beans in the dehydrator last night, a few have split, is that an issue?

Only an issue I would have thought if you want to sow them next year.
Thanks Mark I've searched elsewhere and they look ok for consumption Smile
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