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BROAD BEANS

Vicia fava – vicia was the name for vetch in Latin and fava for the bean itself.

ORIGIN

Broad beans have been cultivated since prehistoric times in Europe. They were unearthed in the ancient city of Troy, found in Egyptian tombs as well as with Bronze Age artefacts in

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