Jeff - I hope you can clear up some confusion I'm still having on the subject of whether you advise consuming Eden Farms beans. Obviously, in your responses from this past summer, you were clear that you had concerns with the iodine levels. Through posts such as the following, you were directing people to your Facebook page to read about your concerns:
The FB thread answers all of the above questions and is available for anyone to read.https://www.facebook.com/topic.php?topi ... 7550385124
Unfortunately, that page is no longer available. But I recall reading it and my interpretation was that you were saying to avoid Eden Foods beans until further notice. I also interpreted your message earlier in this very thread to say the same thing.
However, just 8 weeks ago (Nov 20 to be exact), you posted an article on Facebook about rock salt and sea salt. In the comments that followed, one poster mentioned he had trouble finding no salt beans at the grocery store. In your response, you said "I get mine in the local publix. Whole Foods house brand, 365, is no salt added as is Eden Foods." Now, I may be completely misinterpreting, but your mentioning of Eden Foods as a no salt option came across as tacit approval to consume Eden Foods beans.
Did is misunderstand? Should Eden Foods no salt beans still be on my "avoid" list?
BTW, I do enjoy the 365 no salt beans. But they only come in garbanzo, kidney, pinto, and black (at least at my Whole Foods). Eden Foods has such a great variety in their choices, and I'd love to try them...hence my question here.