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January 06, 2024


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Hai voluto provare dei fagioli che ricordano la fagiolina del Trasimeno? 😉Brava ed è interessante conoscere la storia delle tre sorelle! Un abbraccio

Simona Carini

Quando li ho visti non ho resistito, Resy. Un gemellaggio culinario :)

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