I love cooking rice and I love my Instant Pot so here is how I cook a brown rice medley in my IP! It’s yummy, so give it a try sometime!
I also cook a LOT of sweet potatoes and yams in my IP so here is how I do that!
If you want more info on the Instant Pot, check out my post on it.
If you are looking for a baked bean recipe that is NOT made in the oven, check out my Baked Beans (made without tomato) in the slow cooker. It is yummy too!
Finally, here is an article about Randall Stafford, professor of medicine at Stanford Prevention Research Center, and why he advocates a plant based diet.
Hope you enjoy the recipes! And I hope you are enjoying summer!!
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