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  1. photo Meatless Monday Roundup: 4 White <b>Bean</b> RecipesMeatless Monday Roundup: 4 White Bean RecipesArticle
    are actually related to the kidney bean and are great in salads. The tasty asparagus and white bean pasta (depicted above) is an easy way to add protein to a pasta dish. Roasted asparagus and tiny white beansRead more
  2. photo Meatless Monday Roundup: 4 Red <b>Bean</b> RecipesMeatless Monday Roundup: 4 Red Bean RecipesArticle
    . Image: robpongsajapan Kidney beans blend with frozen green beans for our very own teriyaki bean salad . Serve this Asian-inspired dish alongside other delicious vegetable classics, with a sideRead more
  3. photo <b>Kidney</b> Stones Prevention: DASH Diet Could Help Reduce Risk!Kidney Stones Prevention: DASH Diet Could Help Reduce Risk!Treatment
    According to a study published in the March issue of the National Kidney Foundation’s American Journal of Kidney Disease eating a lots of fruits, vegetables, nuts and legumes to reduceRead more
  4. photo DIY Kitchen Staples: <b>Beans</b>, <b>Beans</b>, They’re Good For You!DIY Kitchen Staples: Beans, Beans, They’re Good For You!Article
    beans in the bulk section of natural food markets, and they are also available pre-packaged at most grocers. Here are just a few types of beans: black, red, navy, pinto, kidney, lentils, split peas, chiliRead more
  5. photo Dried or Canned: The <b>Bean</b> Battle ContinuesDried or Canned: The Bean Battle ContinuesArticle
    , pinto, kidney or a melange – heating them up and adding some fixing’s makes for some seriously fast and easy dinner making… and pretty tasty, too. We have a notion. And that is simply that soaking beansRead more
  6. photo Food Scientists Create a Global Warming-Resistant ‘Super <b>Bean</b>’Food Scientists Create a Global Warming-Resistant ‘Super BeanArticle
    be eating soon are a cross between common beans like pinto, white, black, and kidney beans, and the tepary, which is a tough bean that’s been cultivated since pre-Columbian times in northern MexicoRead more
  7. photo 10 Most Common Bad Habits That Damage Your <b>Kidneys</b>10 Most Common Bad Habits That Damage Your KidneysTreatment
    , or in the retroperitoneal space starting from the last thoracic vertebra to the second lumbar vertebra. Kidneys are bean-shaped organs and their main function is to maintain the homeostasis or constancy in your bodyRead more
  8. Kidney Beans with Red Wine & ParsleyRecipe
    and heal muscle tissue after a full day or hiking or gardening. Weights & measures ingredients 1c Chick Pea (Garbanzo) 1c Kidney Beans 1tbsp Olive OilRead more
  9. photo Short on Time? These 3 <b>Beans</b> Don’t Need SoakingShort on Time? These 3 Beans Don’t Need SoakingArticle
    it supports best. Green legumes, such as green lentils, split peas or mung beans, support the liver (as do other green foods like sprouts, leafy greens and herbs). Red beans like adzuki or kidney beans supportRead more
  10. photo Enjoy the nutritional benefits of garbanzo <b>beans</b>Enjoy the nutritional benefits of garbanzo beansNews
    , persons with kidney stones and gout should exercise caution consuming them. These beans also contain a lot of oxalate, so those with oxalate-containing kidney stones should not eat too much of themRead more

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Kidney Bean


The kidney bean is a variety of the common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris). It is named for its visual resemblance in shape and color to a kidney. Red kidney beans can be confused with other beans that are red, such as adzuki beans. In Jamaica, they are called "red peas".[citation needed]There are different classifications of kidney beans, such as:Red kidney beans are commonly used in chili con carne...More