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(Get Surrey)   Instagram baker has tasty yet healthy chocolate brownie recipe with a special secret ingredient that makes it transcendent and amazing: tinned black beans. Oh wow   (getsurrey.co.uk) divider line
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2020-05-25 11:54:22 PM  
Meh. Mom was making flourless kidney bean chocolate cake 30 years ago.
 
2020-05-26 1:04:44 AM  
no
 
2020-05-26 1:15:16 AM  
I was excited to see the recipe since I love black beans. But then I saw that every other ingredient it called for was "weird"-like nondairy milk. No thanks.
 
2020-05-26 5:37:10 AM  
I hope she finds out that you can make breads healthier by adding whole grains instead of using only plain white flour.  That would be astounding.
 
2020-05-26 6:11:25 AM  
Japan and China figured out how to make red bean paste buns.

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Same with mochi.

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Every year the Baptist Church down the road does a fundraiser, and every year they get my money because they have a pair of ladies that make one of the best bean pies I've ever had.

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Beans can make for tasty desserts. And a lot of folks across the world have figured that one out. Plus, high in fiber and help lower your cholesterol, so what's not to love?
 
2020-05-26 7:20:37 AM  

hubiestubert: Japan and China figured out how to make red bean paste buns.

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Same with mochi.

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Every year the Baptist Church down the road does a fundraiser, and every year they get my money because they have a pair of ladies that make one of the best bean pies I've ever had.

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Beans can make for tasty desserts. And a lot of folks across the world have figured that one out. Plus, high in fiber and help lower your cholesterol, so what's not to love?



Eh, I'll pass.  Beans are too earthy for dessert.  I'd rather just have really good fruit in a nice pastry shell, with cream, or glaze, or something.  I'll eat pecan pie, but would vastly prefer rhubarb, berry, apple, peach, etc.
 
2020-05-26 7:44:31 AM  
How about some more brownies, Mr. Taggart?

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2020-05-26 8:17:21 AM  
Articles like this are farking disingenuous bullshiat. "Beans are great, they're gluten free and this recipe has no flour". True, but it does have oats blended to a flour which is glutinous.
 
2020-05-26 8:45:14 AM  

Swiss Colony: Articles like this are farking disingenuous bullshiat. "Beans are great, they're gluten free and this recipe has no flour". True, but it does have oats blended to a flour which is glutinous.


What?

Oats have no gluten either.

If by "glutinous" you mean has some stringy/gooey texture, then yes you are correct.  But when people say "gluten free", they literally mean the protein found in wheat and related grains which triggers celiac disease.
 
2020-05-26 9:02:55 AM  

FrancoFile: Swiss Colony: Articles like this are farking disingenuous bullshiat. "Beans are great, they're gluten free and this recipe has no flour". True, but it does have oats blended to a flour which is glutinous.

What?

Oats have no gluten either.

If by "glutinous" you mean has some stringy/gooey texture, then yes you are correct.  But when people say "gluten free", they literally mean the protein found in wheat and related grains which triggers celiac disease.


I honestly thought oats contained gluten. Thanks for the information. Guess my mum just avoids them.
 
2020-05-26 9:19:48 AM  

Swiss Colony: FrancoFile: Swiss Colony: Articles like this are farking disingenuous bullshiat. "Beans are great, they're gluten free and this recipe has no flour". True, but it does have oats blended to a flour which is glutinous.

What?

Oats have no gluten either.

If by "glutinous" you mean has some stringy/gooey texture, then yes you are correct.  But when people say "gluten free", they literally mean the protein found in wheat and related grains which triggers celiac disease.

I honestly thought oats contained gluten. Thanks for the information. Guess my mum just avoids them.



No probs.

Depending on the processing plant, there is a chance that you can get cross-contamination.  If she's really paranoid, then maybe that explains it.
 
2020-05-26 10:13:37 AM  

FrancoFile: Swiss Colony: FrancoFile: Swiss Colony: Articles like this are farking disingenuous bullshiat. "Beans are great, they're gluten free and this recipe has no flour". True, but it does have oats blended to a flour which is glutinous.

What?

Oats have no gluten either.

If by "glutinous" you mean has some stringy/gooey texture, then yes you are correct.  But when people say "gluten free", they literally mean the protein found in wheat and related grains which triggers celiac disease.

I honestly thought oats contained gluten. Thanks for the information. Guess my mum just avoids them.


No probs.

Depending on the processing plant, there is a chance that you can get cross-contamination.  If she's really paranoid, then maybe that explains it.


There is also some research that indicates that some Celiacs might need to avoid some non-gluten-containing grains like oats and quinoa because they contain something that is enough like gluten that it can trigger a reaction even though it's not gluten.
 
2020-05-26 11:20:53 AM  
My dad used to eat chocolate cake with black-eye peas, to "cut the sweetness."
 
2020-05-26 10:01:15 PM  

cirby: My dad used to eat chocolate cake with black-eye peas, to "cut the sweetness."


wait, like he'd cook them in there, or he'd glop them on a slice?
 
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