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#1 Old 02-08-2016, 02:28 PM
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Three Hot and Hearty Vegan Recipes for Winter



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When the winter winds start to blow, people cover up their grills and pull out their slow cookers. When you come home from a long day at work and trudge through the snow to your front door, you will probably be craving a hot and filling meal like a nice stew or casserole. To help fill your stomach and warm your heart, try one of these hot and hearty vegan recipes for winter:
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If you read the black bean chili recipe and thought 'cook beans and tomatoes together? But that is forbidden!' you are correct that it is forbidden as a general rule (or at least not recommended).

But this ain't just cookin'. It's pressure cookin'. The rules change.

Beans cooked with tomato products work out if the cooktime is increased 3 or 4 times. Soaked black beans normally take 4-6 minutes, so the 30 minutes called for in the black bean chili recipe more meets the required increase.

An untested idea: it should be possible to make this recipe with unsoaked beans by increasing the water and increasing the cook time to 1 1/2 hours. I haven't tested this, so try at your own risk, but it looks like it'd work in theory.

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I believe my pressure said if using unsoaked beans add some oil to prevent -- a lot of that foamy stuff that could clog the pressure thingy?

I wouldn't bother to sautee the veggies in advance, in fact I'd wait till after the beans cook and then add them
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I believe my pressure said if using unsoaked beans add some oil to prevent -- a lot of that foamy stuff that could clog the pressure thingy?

I wouldn't bother to sautee the veggies in advance, in fact I'd wait till after the beans cook and then add them
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I rarely sautee onions when I make chili. I kind of like the raw bite. Oh, and the lazy thing too.
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I rarely sautee onions when I make chili. I kind of like the raw bite. Oh, and the lazy thing too.
I always saute, always. My cooking habits are totally ingrained.
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