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Yellow Indian Woman Beans with Shallot Pickle and Goat Cheese

I hadn't cooked Yellow Indian Woman beans for quite awhile. They're small and dense but somehow creamy at the same time. I think they'd be great in a chili but as usual, a simple bowl with little garnish is my preferred way to enjoy them. Macerated shallots are my current obsession. You thinly slice them, add a bit of salt and then douse them with banana or pineapple vinegar. Some Oregano Indio is nice as well. Let them rest about 15 minutes and you have a sweet little bite that adds acid, texture and flavor. It's not as harsh as a plain onion would be. For this meal, the Yellow Indian Woman beans met with the shallots and a few crumbles of goat cheese. As the whole mess settles and melts you get what is almost a sauce and the beans have never been happier.

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