I'm not the one you asked, but I can share mine. I cook dry pinto beans
with onions and garlic and salt and pepper. Instead of actually "refrying
them", which uses oil, I simply mash up some of the cooked beans until they
are the desired consistency. This saves the extra calories of oil -- for
those watching such things.

Cooking dry beans is usually cheaper than buying canned ones. You can add
any other spices like a little chili powder, OR leave out the garlic or
onions that I add. I think my homemade refried beans taste better than the
store bought canned ones.