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Subject: Re: Question II for foodies Date: 1/7/2014 12:27 AM
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"I hope guppy meant to put the dried beans directly into the crock pot. Never tried that." - arrete

I soak them overnight first. I make black beans all the time in the crockpot from dried beans. Wait to add onions and peppers and garlic and salt till the end because they will get overcooked and turn to mush and disappear.

Crockpots are good for two things. Making cheap cuts of meat tender, and cooking dried beans. It works really well for dried beans.

People at church bring stuff like regular chili and chili con queso in their crock pots to church dinners and some people also do the meatballs and barbecue sauce that Hunzi was talking about. And a little hint for that... do not add cinnamon to your barbecue sauce. It's disgusting and doesn't belong in there.

I was at a church dinner one time and someone made their own barbecue sauce and put cinnamon it it and the cinnamon was overpowering and it was not good!

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