How to Cook Beans — Quick Soak



http://www.strivingbean.com — Learn to cook dried beans with the quick soak method. No pressure cooker needed! Step-by-step. Be sure to rinse and sort through beans first (check for debris) before quick soak.

How to Cook Beans — Quick Soak: 46 комментариев

  • 08.12.2010 в 15:31
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    @RawfoodPete Hi — your comment about the weird sound affects made me laugh — I've laid off them since then! My videos are now under the user strivingbean

    Thanks for your comment! P.S. I accidentally deleted it — did not mean to do that! YouTube won't let me retrieve it!

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  • 27.01.2011 в 07:15
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    Hi @WellConditionedChimp — My understanding is the first pot of water helps to remove the sugars in beans that cause gas. Be kind to those around you by opting for a new pot of water after you dump the quick soak water 🙂

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  • 02.04.2011 в 05:57
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    If I soaked it overnight, will it still take 50 minutes? I cannot eat canned beans because of the horrible amount of sodium in canned products.

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  • 06.04.2011 в 19:36
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    Hi @nemoryer — Thanks for your comment. Yes, it will still take around 50 minutes, even if you soak them over night. But it's worth it if you want to avoid sodium in canned beans.

    You can make a bunch and beans then freeze them for later. Visit my blog Striving Bean dot com to read How to Freeze Beans (read the comments on that post too). On my blog, search on "freeze". Sorry, YouTube won't let me post a direct link.

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  • 04.05.2011 в 05:37
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    you should talk normal instead of whispering i verly hear u but it is a good method it worked thankyou

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  • 30.08.2011 в 22:49
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    What are the seasonings you use? I used to have an el salvadoran roommate who made really good beans. he used hardly anything… just cumin tumeric and i think some bell peppers. but i could never duplicate it. how any suggestions?

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  • 04.09.2011 в 07:45
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    Hi @duenor — I wonder if you're talking about the "Casamiento" black bean recipe? Give it a google (youtube won't let me post a link to it…)

    There is also a similar great Cuban dish called "Moros y Cristianos" (Moors and Christians). Google "Three Guys from Miami" with "Moros y Cristianos". It's black beans and rice. So good!

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  • 22.11.2011 в 06:04
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    Thanks Very much. Just bought like 4 pounds of black beans in bulk for like $2.50!!! WAYYYY cheaper eh?!?! Thanks again !

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  • 09.12.2011 в 04:37
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    hello, from what ive been told the first pot of water most of the nutrients that the beans hold.

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  • 01.06.2012 в 16:41
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    If you're concerned about gas caused by beans, first batch of water you should get rid of (the original quick soak water) — it has the most gas-producing stuff in it. The second batch of water — keep it for broth.

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  • 25.11.2012 в 10:12
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    Overnight soaking means much faster cooking times, which saves energy.

    Liquid from cooked or soaked beans can be saved for your compost. You do compost, right? 🙂

    Making your own vegetable broth is also rewarding, healthier, tastier, more economical & environmental (no plastic/aluminum/paper layered packaging).

    They say it's not safe to pour hot liquids into plastics. Use a stainless steal pot or glassware.

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  • 04.01.2013 в 21:51
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    Hi Jonny — I see from your profile you are from United Kingdom. I'm a lifelong resident of Minnesota. As you can tell, my accent and pronunciation of many (if not most) words surely is different from yours! In addition, accents can vary within a state, depending on the region. Best wishes to you and yours.

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  • 04.01.2013 в 22:13
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    I've been reading up on this. You should save the salting for later, it does delay the cooking time. In other words, don't salt at the beginning of cooking, just use plain water (per my video).

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  • 09.03.2013 в 20:43
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    Lol wow.. Such a great video.. But someone always has to make an unnecessary comment… U really don't say "WARDER". I'm from Georgia and i say "WADER" just like u lol not "WATUH" like they pronounce it elsewhere..

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  • 12.03.2013 в 01:14
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    I use the overnight method, I just bring it to a boil in plenty of water then just leave it over night.

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  • 12.03.2013 в 02:57
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    Gr8t video. Good info on the beans ., I also like the idea of saving the broth . Thanks for sharing .

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  • 14.08.2013 в 19:12
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    Hm, not sure…It's been a while since I've picked up the video camera. Life gets so busy. Maybe again some day? Thanks for the comment 🙂

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  • 22.08.2013 в 13:56
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    No need to soak them if you still need them to be cook 2hrs. Just boil them for 2 hrs and it saves the time of changing water. Most people like to use the water of the beans !!

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  • 29.03.2015 в 20:25
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    Canned food is very unhealthy.  Chemicals from the can and the salt.  Beans should be cooked.  Great video.

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  • 13.04.2015 в 13:21
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    im very confused, after the one hour of them just sitting in the pot, what do you do after? all i read was 50 minutes then you said something about 20 minutes?! im really confused, also what level of heat did you have the stove on? aaaaaah

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  • 27.04.2015 в 14:19
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    How long does it take to cook red beans in stove top after doing this? I really like beans and the cooking time is what worries me

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  • 09.09.2015 в 01:54
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    Thank You so much! This helped me soo much! They came out almost perfect. I just got the timing a little off. But, hopefully next time they will be Perfecto!

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  • 01.03.2016 в 01:09
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    Thank you for this , I kinda figured this is how you did it but I wasnt sure …. I really needed this . Have a great day I really appreciate you posting this.

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  • 30.10.2016 в 06:31
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    I soaked my beans for 2 days!! they stink soon bad! Im gonna cook now but not sure if they are eatable?
    I did rinse but uhhh so smelly like dirty farts! :/

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