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Ilse
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I'm new to Swamixpress.  I'm a Warrior and can have 1/4 cup vegetable proteins 12 x a week.  I'm confused about the different options.  Beans:  does that mean dry beans?  If so how much would that be cooked should I get canned beans.  Green Beans and Harricot is that also just 1/4 cup (cooked/uncooked).  Cooked tofu is 1/4/serving cup does not seem like a lot if one considers that this is a vegetarian diet. Any more details?

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soak your beans the night before
next day discard the water and cook, add spices toward the end, once your beans are softer.

the frequency guidelines are simply suggestions
half a cup of cooked beans is a pretty decent serving.....depending on your issues, or weight.....if you have no weight to loose, eat more


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One oz of dry beans yields about 2 oz of tofu.  1/4 cup of dry beans is about 2oz, so you could have 4oz of tofu with each serving and still be within the SwamiX limits.  When you consider that commercial tofu cakes are about 10oz, that means you can eat over 1/3 of those cakes at the one meal, that is a lot of tofu!! I cut mine very thinly, marinate it on tamari and enjoy it with my carbs and vegies.  Less than half a cake of tofu serves hubby and I.  Hope this helps to put things in perspective.  




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