from The Century Dictionary.
- In good condition (like a bean-fed horse); spirited; fresh.
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- noun same as
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- adjective Resembling or characteristic of
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- noun a small skullcap; formerly worn by schoolboys and college freshmen
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We like to annoy Libby by calling her beany cat "Hot Carl".
Dust a piece of waxed paper with more Tom Sawyer Flour (I tried Bob's Red Mill GF Blend for the first two and it was too strong and 'beany' tasting) and roll out using a small pasty roller.
I made this biryani with kidney beans rajma the first time and felt they were too 'beany' for the delicate basmati rice.
Add me to the list of folks who love "beany" chili.
Also, I wanted to say that I personally have never had a problem with a "beany" taste.
When you take a gross, "beany" horse to exercise, he slavers and slobbers over the bit till you can't see the horns.
But McGoggin was still intellectually "beany" and proud of himself and his powers, and he would take no hint.
It can be a nice beany soupy snack with less spicing.
Taste: Slightly sweet with a slightly bitter, some say 'beany,' aftertaste
Palak paneer, tofu curries, veggie pho, beany cheesy burritos, so many delicious soups ...