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Old 04-06-2015, 09:37 AM   #11
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My only concern for bean salad is their texture. Some beans do better in cans than others. The firmer ones are great for bean salad. Others are kinda mushy, don't hold their shape, and kinda break down as your mixing the bean salad. So if your intentions are specifically for bean salad, have a Plan B read, just incase you open the can and the texture is a little too mushy.

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