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kauaian
Friday, May 13, 2011, 9:23pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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What would be the best bean to use in chili.  My O (my educated guess) son likes to use kidney beans.   I'm trying to give him a better choice.
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What would be the best bean to use in chili.  My O (my educated guess) son likes to use kidney beans.   I'm trying to give him a better choice.


Canellini beans or northern beans are what I would use.  Canellini beans are firm and meaty like a kidney bean.  They are okay for Teachers but I have no idea if they are okay for type O.
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they are both okay for gatherers
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I use great northern beans.  I have used aduki beans years ago.


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For not every food is good for everyone, nor is everything suited to every taste.



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Thanks to all.  I already have the GN beans in the pantry will soak, cook & freeze some for him.
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Great Norther Beans are a Genoharmonic for me for AGE removal.


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Black beans are also OK for Os. I use a lot of great northern beans because they're OK for  both Os and Bs, but I also use black beans for foods DS won't be eating.


Ruth, Single Mother to 19yo   O- Leah , 18yo O- Hannah, and  12yo B+ Jack


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With both cannellini beans and great northern beans being neutral, my preference would be cannellini due to texture and size.

The great northern beans are quite small and tend to have more of a "mush" factor. I am sure you will enjoy it either way.

Lisa


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Thanks Lisa, it's funny I was just thinking about that when I read somewhere that the cannellini beans had the same texture.  I will try the cannellini instead, now if I can find them here.
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