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How long do pinto beans need to soak?

asked by a Whole Foods Market Customer about 3 years ago
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added about 3 years ago

4 hours - but you can soak them overnight if that's easier.

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SKK
added about 3 years ago

I don't soak pinto beans, I boil them for about 3 minutes and take off burner and let them sit for an hour and then cook.

Scan0004
added about 3 years ago

FYI, the quick soak that SKK describes is great, and makes the timeline manageable. I once put beans on in the morning, got them boiling and left for work. By the time I remembered, hours later, and drove the 2 miles home, the house was full of smoke, the heavy pot had fused to the burner, and -- obviously -- the beans were charcoal. The burner could be saved but the pot could not, and I'm just lucky I didn't burn the house down! So be sure you follow step 2, 'take off burner.' We had something else for dinner.