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Allie Chanthorn Reinmann
When pursuing the perfect bean dip, you either end up with a claggy, dense, muddy brick, or a light, smooth, silky spread. Let’s avoid the brick. The best way to achieve a fluffy, lump-less bean dip is to use flour — bean flour, that is.