I'm just learning to love lentils. I cook up some dry lentils every weekend, and add them to everything from pasta sauce to bread. I love it.
But it's too hot to cook this week, and I have a big bowl of lonely cooked lentils in my fridge.
What can I do with the lentils that doesn't involve warmth, or very little? Do people even eat lentils cold? I don't even know what kind of keywords to start searching with. I don't want the lentils to go bad but no room in the freezer.
Surely this is an opportunity to learn a new way to enjoy lentils? Please inspire me.
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