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Black-Eyed or Brown beans are rich in high quality protein which provides a healthy alternative to meat and other animal protein. They are also rich in soluble fiber which helps lower blood cholesterol. This makes beans a must-have staple in Nigerian dishes. Still, beans is not a very popular food item because it is associated with flatulence and indigestion. Allnigerianrecipes.com details some cooking methods that will help eliminate the discomfort associated with beans to ensure that this staple stays in your family menu.
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