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Old 08-30-2006, 08:55 AM   #1
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Are all beans ok? I see a lot of recipes that have black beans and I don't care for them. Are kidney beans an ok substitute say in chili for Phase I? I didn't think the book was clear enough.

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Faye, the book really is NOT too clear and needs updating. Check out the Phase I Revised Food list. Almost any dried legume is fine. I make my chili with a mix of beans but kidney ebans are always in there.
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Thanks, Ruth! I will look at it.

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apparently the only bean(s) that are not okay for phase 1 are Pinto and Black eyed peas...
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I beleive based on the Revised Food list that both Black eyed Peas and Pintos are Phase I foods.
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Ah, I had to relook at the 2005 revised edition , and you are right
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