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The world of fermentation.
This one-pot meal was inspired by a recipe in “Autentico” by Rolando Beramendi, who, in turn, borrowed the recipe from Trattoria Cammillo in Florence, Italy. We particularly liked the color that rainbow chard brought to the dish, but any variety works. To separate the leaves from the stems, cut along each side of the center vein.
ounce can chickpeas, rinsed, drained and patted dry
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