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    The Definitive Superfood Ranking

    A couple of items on the list are right up my alley. Coffee and eggs. The rest arenít bad either. It starts with Gluten-free flours at 21 and ends up with Blueberries at #1.
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    Where is the goji berry? Quinoa?
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    Where are Malomars and somemores? Edwards Key lime pie is also missing. "Life is uncertain, eat dessert first.

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    Let me fix the chart's distaste for black beans. Below is my mother's Cuban black bean recipe. Yes she was a Cuban born in Cienfuegos. You serve it on long grain rice for the traditional Cuban dish known as christianos y moros or, more simply arroz con frijoles negros. The recipe generates enough to feed 20 people so store the remainder in a freezer.

    Put two bags of black beans in a large pot and cover them with enough water to cover them. Let them soak over night. Add more water to just cover the now enlarged beans. Add 4 bay leaves and 3 tb salt. Let start cooking.

    In a large skillet put 5 sweet onions halved and sliced, 2 green peppers halved and sliced, a head of garlic (that's the whole head crushed or minced,) a quarter cup of olive oil, two large jars of pimiento including the juice and salt and pepper to taste. Saute the mixture until all the flavors have combined and the beans have begun to boil. Add the contents of the saute to the beans, cover and simmer for 4 hours. Serve over long grain rice. Some of us like to add an over easy egg on top.

    This ranks in the top five elements of Cuban cuisine for popularity. You can freeze the black beans and they seem to improve in flavor from the process.

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