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Beanificial Recipes

Beaneficial Recipes

Beans are a wonderful source of protein and we are just now starting to understand the health benefits or should we say beanefits in relation to chronic disease prevention. We have received a number of requests for bean recipes. The Crops For Health team is proud to release Beanefical Recipes, a collection of over 50 bean recipes. Enjoy! Updated 7/30/12

Red Beans and Yams

A Crops For Health® version of the Dr. Seuss classic, Green Eggs and Ham
 

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"Evolutionary Tree of Plant-based Foods"

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Crops For Health® is a unique transdisciplinary research program the goal of which is to improve the disease prevention characteristics of food crops, thereby reducing chronic disease morbidity and mortality. The focus of the program is on the major staple crops of the world’s population: dry beans, corn, potatoes, rice, and wheat. Specialty crops are also investigated.

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