​How to Freeze Rehydrated, Cooked Beans
​If you’re already soaking and cooking some dried beans, it’s easy to double or triple the amount needed and freeze the rest in recipe-friendly quantities.
 
Add them, frozen, to soups and sauces. You can also let them thaw in the refrigerator, or microwave them gently until they’re ready to add to salads or other dishes.

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Last updated on April 28, 2017