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(Yes, I borrowed the title…I’m not that clever)
When I told some folks at work that I eat a plant-based diet, automatically the conversation went to what I eat for protein. “Oh are you eating Gardein?” Because I don’t like most of the meat-substitutes out there, I use beans as my primary source of protein. For reasons I’ve explained in one of my previous blogs, I avoid canned beans when possible. So, I thought I would share the benefits of this nutritonal powerhouse, the bean.
Do you live in Los Angeles County?
Do you want to know more about food preservation and share that with the
Los Angeles County Cooperative Extension is now accepting applications for its Master Food Preserver class. The course runs Tuesday nights from 5:30 to 9:30 pm from March 20, 2012 through June 5,2012. Successful graduates will be expected to share and expand their knowledge through community service and ongoing education. To apply to the program, complete the following online application:
For more details about the program, and to access the course announcement, please visit the MFP website:
Since I have a family, I have become more discerning about the food I make for them. Yes, I cook more than we eat out. I could usually use convenience foods to get the job done. However, I recently found out that varies canned foods I buy at the supermarket might not be the best choice for me and my family. Canned beans and tomatoes save me time in the kitchen, but may be putting my health at risk.