Some beans you can sprout and eat such as garbanzos and lentils (I know these aren't really beans). You'll find that sprouted beans/legumes/pulses have none of the flavor or texture characteristics of what you are used to but it might help you transition out of them completely. Some people find these don't digest well either, but if you sprout them long enough correctly you should get rid of the all the enzyme inhibitors.
Other than that, it will depend how you are using them. Whatever your favorite recipe is with beans, look up a raw recipe and see what comes up. Just be careful of the fat levels and processed ingredients common in gourmet raw recipes.
thanks Ben, I have a love for beans, i don't know if i will totally stop eating them, im cool with letting go of rice mostly I eat on occassion, but my beans hmn? lentils are great, peanut butter is my friend, but dang it makes me mucusy, so im learning myself, thanks again for responding, i like sprouting not an expert but, i will learn,
peace be upon you
I love beans too. Especially pinto beans but I am getting used to not eating them. I don't crave them any longer.
BEN! MY BUDDY!! MY PAL!! i used to eat beans alot... nothing like a bean and cheese burrito right?? haha than i cut out the cheese.... than i cut out the tortilla... plate of beans... still yummy as hell.... than i cut out the beans.... was it easy?? for me?? NOPE!!! i can relate with you, i had to have either homemade or rosarito beans.... i ate tons of beans... the point is... if i cut out beans, trust me Ben.... ANYONE CAN HAHA
YOU gotta figure, beans are usually cooked with alot of salt... and refried beans? lots of oils and lards... not stuff you want in your stomach
beans are evil
after eating 811rv i notice 811 beans(whole unsalted) come out the same they came in whole the body does not care to even use them it seems