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    Speaking of beans replacing meat wrapped in bread - have you all tried Chickpea Gyros? Also quick, easy, and tasty. I thought it might taste too similar to falafel, but it has it's own taste.
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    We eat a lot of beans and legumes. They are the main protein in our diet. And I am fine with a large range of them. I have just found that chickpeas and lentils don't work well for me. No idea why. Must be my particular microbiome that also cannot digest dairy.
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    The gyros look yum. I will having to try the recipe with another type of bean.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NZ_Mama View Post
    The gyros look yum. I will having to try the recipe with another type of bean.
    Maybe cannellini? They seem to be fairly sturdy.
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    Thanks for idea, will try them. Otherwise google suggested edamame to replace chickpeas when roasting.
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