Cooking & nutrition
Tips and stories to inspire mindful living and bring your pantry to life
Alexis is the authority when it comes to cooking resourcefully, seasonally, and deliciously, so we were thrilled to chat with her about how she likes to cook beans.
We expand on what what we’ve already covered around what beans do for your gut, and share the nuances to keep in mind as you think about your own gut health.
We’re not shy about touting all the scientifically proven benefits of beans, which is why we’re excited to partner with Chelsea Didinger, PhD Candidate, to dive into the role beans play in promoting gut health.
The exact timing for adding salt is controversial among cooks. In this experiment, I ran four different tests on Chickpeas from Primary Beans to determine the best method. By Karishma Pradhan.
There is a huge debate around whether you need to soak beans in advance of cooking them. To test these theories, I cooked 5 varieties of beans from Primary Beans in an Instant Pot. By Karishma Pradhan.
There are several ways to cook beans at home, from stovetop to the Instant Pot. My goal was to determine the best method and identify any differences between methods. By Karishma Pradhan.
Bean cooking can get a bit controversial, so in partnership with Primary Beans, Karishma Pradhan set out to put an end to some of the most pressing bean cooking questions.
Here are 5 distinct meals made from a pot of Cranberry beans, featuring various cuisines across the globe. These are “no-recipe” recipes, so they’re highly flexible and adaptable.
We chatted with Unique Hammond, Bean Protocol™ specialist, about the healing powers of plant-based eating, the science behind the protocol, and why beans are key to a healthy overall well-being.
Now that we’ve settled into the role of being our own personal chefs, we thought we’d share our favorite ways to up your cooking game and stay organized in 2021...
Beans are a magical fruit – but not for the reason you think. Beans pack in an average of 21-24 grams of protein per 1-½ cups. They’re also a key dietary source of B vitamins, potassium, magnesium...