Sunday, March 8, 2009
This is a really good book! If any of you are becoming big followers of the bean selection and creative uses for them on a regular basis, or just a better understanding of how they grow and are best prepared, this book will serve you well. I highly recommend it as my best resource when researching quite a bit into dry beans this winter. Thanks to Evie for letting me borrow it for a couple of weeks and for always bringing it to the farm stand as a reference for customers who drop in. I suggest seeking this book out at the library or adding it to your personal library to enrich your understanding in the realm of preparing dried beans (this does seem to be a mysterious process for many folks who have had little exposure thus far in life).