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123SLIM2DY Posts: 31
5/4/12 3:17 P

Thankyou :-) like your psalm.

1GROVES2 Posts: 10,391
5/4/12 1:57 P

You can buy fat free refried beans at any grocery store. Refried beans are not fried, but mashed.

123SLIM2DY Posts: 31
5/4/12 7:05 A

Thankyou, i have to have a fat free diet at the moment, due to gall bladder problem, so will try this out.

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4/27/12 5:41 P

You should also be able to find them in the Mexican food section at the supermarket (near the salsa and tortilla chips). M&S carried a house brand of refried beans, Old El Paso's website shows that their refried beans are carried at Tesco, etc.

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4/26/12 6:28 P

Do you have a soiw cooker? If you do, check out www.all, and search, refried beans without the refry. They are so delicious, and fat free.

123SLIM2DY Posts: 31
4/26/12 1:15 P

Thankyou :-)

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4/26/12 1:14 P

You could buy some canned pinto beans and mash them...that's basically what refried beans are.

123SLIM2DY Posts: 31
4/26/12 12:20 P

I seen a recipe using refried beans what English version is there please.

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