Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Cooking With Beans Book Review

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

 I grew up in the South eating beans! I love beans, but they can be boring. Rhiana Jones has come up with great creative and cheap ways to make easy meals with beans in Cooking With Beans.

Cooking With Beans is 40 pages filled with exciting 5 chapters of yummy recipes from breakfast to snack. You'll get your fill of beans. My favorite recipe is the BBQ Baked Beans of course!

You can purchase the Kindle edition for only $0.99.

Pinto beans, garbanzo, lentils and black, beans of all types are a frugal and nutritious ingredient for any dish.

Beans are low in fat, high in protein and vitamin C. They give you a great big nutritional bang for a little tiny monetary buck. They're also packed with fiber which helps you keep a healthy digestive track. 

Unfortunately, they can also sometimes be a little boring. Check out Cooking with Beans for some easy, frugal and very tasty recipes to take the boring out of beans. These family friendly meals will also turn your kids onto the goodness of beans.

Don’t eat beans for all their health and pocketbook attributes; eat them because they’re delicious and versatile. In Cooking with Beans, Rhiana Jones shows you how to give low-cost dried or canned beans a starring role from breakfast, lunch, and snacks to dinner and dessert—yes, there are three dessert recipes. 

Packed with vitamins, minerals, and fiber, legumes are a great choice if you’re watching your money or your weight; if you want a low-fat food that’s also high in protein; or if you want to prepare for a disaster with a long-lasting, easy-to-store food that can be part of your everyday life.

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