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Legume of the month: Black beans

Black beans are a staple in many Central and South American countries. In Guatemala, they may be stuffed in a thick corn tortilla (pupusa), while Costa Ricans enjoy a dish of refried black beans, rice, and onions called gallo pinto. The Brazilian national dish, fejoiada (pronounced “feyj wah dah”), also features black beans, and while it traditionally includes sausage and other meat, you can find recipes for vegetarian versions online. …

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