2. You’re Not Rinsing Canned Beans
Typically, when you’re cooking with canned beans, you’re using them as a shortcut so you don’t have to soak and cook dried beans for hours. You want to rinse those beans to get the salty liquid goop off, so you’re starting from scratch (and getting as close to homemade dried beans as possible). There’s also a lot of extra salt in the thick liquid they’re canned in, and you don’t want your beans to over flavor whatever you’re adding them to.