I really wanted to ask a question that may sound strange to most people, but doesn't ANYONE cook from scratch anymore???
I have been looking all over the internet, for the past 2 hours, for a Slow Cooker Chili recipe that uses dried beans ... kidney beans, preferably, but any type will do, as long as they are the bagged, dried beans.
I fix most everything from scratch. From soups to cakes and most everything in between. I am getting more and more discouraged that there are less and less "homemade" recipes out here, and more and more "do-it-quick" recipes.
This, of course, is my own personal opinion, but "doing it quick" is what has gotten our population in the horrible physical condition we are in. When I was in my thirties, and living in the country, I had a large garden, raised
chickens for meat and eggs, hogs for breeding for meat and market, and a calf also for meat. I was so much healthier then, because I was actually eating non-processed foods.
Anyway, I'm rambling. If ANYONE has a Slow Cooker recipe for Chili that uses the dried, bagged beans, please let me know.
Thanks! And have a Blessed Day!