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I have been doing this for a loong time now (pressure cooker method) and always have a stock of my favorites -- black-eyed peas; black turtle beans, chick peas (garbanzo beans) and white beans in the freezer. I can't even stand the taste of the canned ones!

Drunken Beans (Frijoles Borrachos) -- it doesn't get much better than pinto beans simmered in beer and bacon! | #mexican #glutenfree

Loving and Learning on the High Plains: Using Dry Beans, my quick and easy overnight routine. This is a recipe for cooking beans in the crockpot and then freezing them. Pining to this board because it is about preserving in a different form.

Not exactly a recipe, but the best "how to" I've seen for beans. (I never knew what I was sorting!)

Slow cooker ham and white beans. Cheap, easy, good for you, yummy, and just like grandma used to make!

How to cook dry beans in the slow cooker (no more canned beans). Half the cost and less sodium! This is the only way To cook dry beans, so easy.

Beans are cost effective and easy to prepare from dried beans. Here's a great crockpot pinto bean recipe.

Paula Deen Slow Cooker Pinto Beans- Really good. I made them 2 times this month. Once with the ham hocks and one without out. To add some flavor to the ones minus the hocks... I cooked them in 2 cups of vegetable stock. Delicious.

Slow Cooker Crockpot Refried Beans (no frying, no soaking), plus easy freeze instructions - Queen Bee Coupons & Savings

Chicken Tikka Masala for the Slow Cooker - I'd add cauliflower florets, peas a bit of diced sweet potato and diced mango