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I'd like to mention possible 'gotchas' if you're going to do this -- You want to use similar-sized beans. If you're mixing small & large beans, then they're likely not going to cook at the same time. Avoid old beans. They take longer to soften, and you don't want to find that one bean refuses to soften while the other has turned to mush. If you're ...


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Any kind of beans can be cooked together. It's all about preference and your imagination. Try white beans, kidney, lima and pinto beans. They cook well together and make an awesome baked bean dish.



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