De-hulling nightmare: Best way?

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De-hulling nightmare: Best way?

Postby Polo on Wed May 25, 2016 4:22 pm

I have to find a solution in regards to the de-hulling of the beans (Red Kidney Beans), as this process takes several hours (and I even let a blender do the de-hulling with a dough-blade).

Have anyone tried leaving the hulls in the batch? Or have another great idea?

I consider using Lima Beans as they are huge and have a lesser ratio of hulls. Experience anyone?
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Re: De-hulling nightmare: Best way?

Postby whalesounds on Mon Oct 23, 2017 10:14 pm

I dehulled black beans for tempeh by soaking them overnight, folding about 1/2 cup at a time into a tea towel and going over it with a rolling pin for a few minutes. Left a bunch of the hulls in and it came out fine
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