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Featured on The Today Show, this bountiful dish is eaten for lunch every day by the world's longest-lived family in Sardinia. Traditionally, it is made with whatever is growing in the garden, but it always includes beans and fregula, a toasted pebble-size semolina pasta that is popular in Sardinia. Fregula can be purchased at Italian markets or online. If you can't find fregula, any tiny pasta, such as Israeli couscous or acini di pepe, will do.
recipe takes a bit of time to cook, but a
longer cooking time melds the flavors and
enhances the bioavailability of more
nutrients, such as the lycopene in tomatoes
and carotenoids and other antioxidants. A
shorter cooking time will make a tasty dish
as well, but nutritionally inferior.
Traditionally, the minestrone is accompanied
with slices of pane carasau, or Sardinian
flat bread. 41/2 cup dried peeled fava beans
(As always, use organic content as much
as possible for the healthiest recipe.) Instructions:
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41/2 cup dried peeled fava beans
(As always, use organic content as much as possible for the healthiest recipe.)
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