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Photo #1 from Imola, Italy by mirkobau made on 2018-05-22 06:02 for Sola

We call these 'lupini' (lupins).

Since wolves is 'lupi', their name sounds like 'tiny wolves' - it's completely nonsense. But who cares? ➡➡

Photo #2 from Imola, Italy by mirkobau made on 2018-05-22 06:02 for Sola

..they're tasteful !

And - someone says - they're healthy; just squeeze one to peel it and..nom nom.

Today I'll use them in a very uncommon way ➡➡

Photo #3 from Imola, Italy by mirkobau made on 2018-05-22 06:02 for Sola

Chopped!

And of course, I'll put them over... ➡➡

Photo #4 from Imola, Italy by mirkobau made on 2018-05-22 06:02 for Sola

..pasta!

This will be my lunch at work today.

Now I'll add only a bit of extra virgin olive oil ➡➡

Photo #5 from Imola, Italy by mirkobau made on 2018-05-22 06:02 for Sola

..and mix it all together. ➡

Photo #6 from Imola, Italy by mirkobau made on 2018-05-22 06:02 for Sola

Btw this is my new 'schiscetta' (see other card on next page) ➡➡

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JackTheAle
Schiscetta a base di pasta e lupini🔝
𝔾𝕋𝕃𝕚𝕓𝕖𝕣
Are these legumes? They look brown faba beans.
mirkobauAuthor
Yes, they're legumes. The consistency is like faba beans.
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GRVMM 📫❓
Yes tgez are cool!
33ZTH
These legumes/pulses are called in Spain *altramuces* but they are popularly known as *chochitos* . Translate it's something like "little pussies" My! It's so crazy, isn't it? Hahahaha
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DeLove Sinqs
WOLF!!! that sounds great!!! i wonder how easy they are to grow!?
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