Cooking Black Bean Fettuccine at JaneUnChained News Network

That was a lot of fun! Thank you Jane for having me on your Network! In this live stream, I cooked black bean fettuccine over lemon garlic turmeric sauce and vegetables.




#JaneUnChained is a social media news network for animal rights/ veganism launched by nationally known TV journalist/bestselling author Jane Velez-Mitchell. Her popular vegan cooking show #LunchbreakLIVE airs daily at 12:30 pm Pacific Time or 3:30 pm ET.

 

As usual, this dish is made with whole food plant-based ingredients and oil-free.

Black bean fettuccine is a protein and fiber-rich meal, perfect for weight loss and for active people alike.

The white beans in the sauce act as the "cream" in the sauce which makes it so decadent creamy without the actual fat you would get from dairy.  If you don't like turmeric you could use saffron.

Here is the recipe:

 

Black Bean Fettuccine with Lemon Garlic Turmeric Sauce

Black Bean Fettuccine with Lemon Garlic Turmeric Sauce

Yield: 2
Author: Eat Like A Vegan Chef
Prep time: 25 ...
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Health Benefits of Eating Beans

Beans are a great source of protein. They are affordable and offer some incredible health benefits that are unmatched by meat. I will go over the nutritional benefits of beans as well as some great substitutes for beans.

Basics about Beans

Beans are seeds that come from a flowering plant in the leguminous plant's family. The bean seeds grow in the pods of these plants, which usually pop open when the seeds are mature.

Beans contain a lot of amino acids, which are the chemicals responsible for the formation of proteins, which are very important to the human body. It is also a rich source of fiber as well as vitamins, which makes it a very important food in our diet.


Here is a simple wrap made with garbanzo beans and spinach. A delicious way to make a quick meal that is satisfying and nutritious.

 

 

 

There are different varieties of beans that are grown all over the world. Most beans have to be cooked before they are consumed, as they can be very dangerous if consumed...

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