Last Wednesday I posted a picture of some beans that I had just canned. Leigh had requested that I post how I did them. They are so easy it's ridiculous, so here you go. I use this method for all my dried beans because I can never remember to have them ready when I need them. It also works for all those beans that have been in your pantry for longer than you want to admit, and are hard as little rocks. I have way too many of them.
Next you take a picture of your six year old because she's way too cute and wants to be in the post.
I'll be linking this post to Simple Lives Thursday.
Edit: This post has gotten quite popular on Pinterest. To answer a few questions.
1. I have used this same formula for many kinds of beans. Garbanzos, black beans, kidney and pinto beans to name a few.
2. Feel free to add meats and things if you wish. This is a processing time that will safely process meat and just about anything else you wish to add.
Thanks for your interest!