This delicious kale stem pesto pasta with chickpeas from our friends over at @foodwastefeast. In addition to sharing this recipe with us (check out the link in our bio), Co-founder of @meimeiboston Mei Li taught us some tips for cooking with dried beans. Cooking with dried beans is easy, versatile, and can help cut down on the amount of BPA we come into contact with from cans. A win on every count. .
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Before you reach for the hot water faucet, pause for just a second. We know you're hungry and trying to get dinner on the table as fast as possible, but using the cold tap is the way to go. Why? Because hot water pulls toxins like lead out of your pipes. So, start with cold tap water, it will make a huge difference for your health - we promise. And, check out the article for a couple of tips for getting cold water boiling even faster.
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Why We Don't Suggest Using Hot Tap For Cooking

Hear us out on why cold tap water is better for pasta


We've all been there before. It's dinner time and you're frantically scrambling around trying to figure out what to throw together for dinner. Thank god for pasta and a jar of sauce! But before you turn on the tap water to steaming hot to get the pasta on your plate as soon as possible (we agree, it's so tempting), here's why you might want to start with cold water.

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