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4/27/11 4:39 P

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I have frozen fava beans in my freezer, I will probably make a soup with them. I have to admit I like the canned ones to make a quick couscous with... but I'm avoiding processed foods so haven't had them in a while.



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4/25/11 9:44 A

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I have not used them myself but we just featured several fava bean recipes on the site, if this helps:

www.dailyspark.com/blog.asp?p
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4/24/11 12:28 A

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The CSA didn't have a great variety this morning, and they were encouraging us to try fava beans. I knew I wouldn't have time to try something new this week, but I might get some next week. Any suggestions or experience with fresh fava beans?

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