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those look and sound great! is it an exekiak sprouted grain tortilla? that;s what it looks like to me...

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bighead wrote:
those look and sound great! is it an exekiak sprouted grain tortilla? that;s what it looks like to me...


Damn, good eyes you got there. ;)

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exikiak?! wtf was i typing? it should have read ezekial. that will teach me to type with one hand while holding my burrito in the other... :oops:

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exikiak?! wtf was i typing? it should have read ezekial. that will teach me to type with one hand while holding my burrito in the other... :oops:


Eh, I knew what you meant, the keys are close enough together. ;)

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I made these on Monday. Well kinda. I made homemade salsaon Saturday and madehomemade refried beans last week. I roasted some red peppers, scrambled some tofu with taco seasoning and made some homemade guacamole with fresh cilantro, tomato, garlic, lemon, salt and avocado. I layered everything on top of a bed of fresh baby spinach. Mmmm.

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What kind of beans did you use?

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What kind of beans did you use?


Last week, I used my crockpot to make fat-free "un"fried (pinto) beans. I cooked the beans using the recipe linked above but also included two dried chipotles that simmered with the pre-soaked beans for 6 hours. It added a great smoky flavor with only a moderate heat. I suppose the cooked chipotles could be chopped up and mixed in with the beans for a really intense heat. I imagine black beans could be subbed just fine.

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 21, 2007 3:22 pm 
Who would dare do that...everyone knows pintos taste better(and are pretty much just as healthy if you make them yourself) than black beans...other than the placebo affect from thinking black beans are a lot better for you


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There is no need for bean discrimation, they're all delicious.

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They are delicious but the lighter skin is sometimes just better...like bananas...who want black bananas...but with plantains everyone wants black plantains


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They are delicious but the lighter skin is sometimes just better...like bananas...who want black bananas...but with plantains everyone wants black plantains


discrimination is no good. I understand what you mean though, I love pintos.

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See...there you go with the hypocracy


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See...there you go with the hypocracy



:D :D :D

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All beans are great, some love black beans, some love lentils, and Zack loves chickpeas.

I'm having my burrito pal Scott over tomorrow, so I'm going to make making huge burritos and taking pictures. Brace yourself. :)

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Chickpeas are peas...not beans so obviously all beans are not created equal...still in some ways no bean will ever outdo the soybean since you can make tofu with it


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