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Joined: 29 Jun 2011
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Location: Carrollton, GA

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Yeah, the pork and beans seem to be a little less sugar added. I wonder what type of beans they are, if they are northern beans, pinto, or ??? That would help me out there. I could just buy those type beans and go ahead with the rest of the recipe.

Rusty Cooke
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I believe that they are pinto beans.  If you take a look at my Rach Bean recipe that is posted here in the Recipe Section, you find that these beans are made up from dried beans.  Just use the same technique to prep the beans and the follow the reset of the ingredients for the WWB's.


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Post Posted: Tue Apr 17, 2012 3:47 pm 
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Dutch, We made your wicked baked beans in the oven today just wow !!! Quick simple and good, had wbb and strip steak on the gas grill.
Thanks ohiophil

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