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Posted by Seeds from Italy on 30th Jan 2020

In our global economy, where almost every kind of food can be imported from afar, only rare, regional, and highly perishable foods remain elusive. Agretti is a prime example — it’s a Mediterranean vegetable available for only a few weeks each spring at Italian markets. It’s rare to find it in the U.S., and then only at farmers markets.Unless you grow your own, you may never enjoy the salty, sour, crunchy green that Frances Mayes, author of Under… Read more