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On the first of May, a national holiday, it is a tradition for Roman families to take a trip to the countryside and eat fresh fava beans with pecorino cheese. They remove the beans from the smaller bright green pods, shell them, take a little bit of pecorino, eat them together. A perfect gastronomic marriage you must try to understand. Fava bean (vicia faba), aka broad bean, is a variety of bean native to the Mediterranean coasts; it is among the most ancient plants in cultivation and one of the easiest to grow. Along with lentils, (more)

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