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Meatless Monday: Pulse Innovation Miami -- It's a Whole New World

Happy Columbus Day, when we celebrate the man who discovered.. beans. And, oh, yeah, America. With beans, though, Christopher Columbus knew he was on to something. He tasted them in Cuba and in America, where the natives grew them. Columbus was impressed. Pulses (dried beans) were among the New World foods Columbus brought back to Europe for show and tell and for cultivation.
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