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Have tired several methods of cooking baked beans over the years, searching for ways that will help eliminate the gaseous causing effects.


Have added: baking soda; mustard; pickle juice; ginger; cumin; fennel; and even a dollop of yogurt; when cooking.


None of the above seemed to really help the situation.


Finally came up with putting a can of crushed pineapple into the pot when baking the beans.


Did it get rid of the gas?








Well no . . . but at least we now have Hawaiian music around the house shortly after dinner!! :-\
 

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i soak my beans most of a day when i can,
but i still need that flowerdy shirt quite often :-[
 

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I soak them for at least 12 hours (preferably 24) with a bit of salt. Change to water a couple times through the day. Doesn't eliminate the gas but helps
 

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Cook the beans until real tender, soft, and eat them more often until your digestive tract addapts. Some intestinal bacteria, probiotic etc, or beno might help.
 

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Never worried about it one way or the other... my gas don't stink! 8)
 
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