Question: I was cooking dried chickpeas (soaked and drained) over the weekend. When they first came to a boil, they produced a lot of white, airy foam. I didn’t know what it was or whether I was supposed to skim it off. I did, but should I have?
Question: I was cooking dried chickpeas (soaked and drained) over the weekend. When they first came to a boil, they produced a lot of white, airy foam. I didn’t know what it was or whether I was supposed to skim it off. I did, but should I have? File photo
Question: I was cooking dried chickpeas (soaked and drained) over the weekend. When they first came to a boil, they produced a lot of white, airy foam. I didn’t know what it was or whether I was supposed to skim it off. I did, but should I have? File photo

Cooking Q&A: What’s that foam from cooking chickpeas?

February 24, 2015 11:23 PM

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