Old 12-06-2012, 10:07 AM
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Question Fiber content in baked beans

I consume a lot of canned beans because of their high fiber content. I notice on the labels that baked beans always have the highest fiber content, usually about two or three grams more than other beans. Why do baked beans have more fiber than beans that are not baked. Is it because the sugar content is higher? Even though they might be the same kind of beans, why would beans that have been baked have more fiber than beans that have not been baked?

Thanks in advance for responses.
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