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Little Bear Fresh Collard Greens
Collard Greens

Collard Greens are a nutrient dense leafy green, known for their robust flavor and slightly bitter taste!

Some key nutrients found in Collard Greens are:

  • Folate: Important for DNA synthesis and cell growth.
  • Vitamin A: Supporting vision, immune function, and skin health.
  • Vitamin K: Essential for blood clotting and bone health.
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Little Bear Fresh Greens Trio
Greens Trio

Our Greens Trio that includes chopped Collard Greens, Mustard Greens, and Turnip Greens offers a flavorful and nutritious blend!

Some key nutrients in this Trio Mix are:

  • Folate: Found in all three greens, it is important for DNA synthesis and cell growth.
  • Vitamin C: Supporting the immune system and aiding in collagen production.
  • Vitamin K: Essential for blood clotting and bone health.
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Little Bear Fresh Kale
Kale

Kale is a versatile and nutrient-rich leafy green. Kale offers a hearty texture and slightly bitter flavor!

Some key nutrients found in Kale are:

  • Folate: Important for DNA synthesis and cell growth.
  • Vitamin A: Supporting vision, immune function, and skin health.
  • Vitamin K: Essential for blood clotting and bone health.
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Little Bear Fresh Mustard Greens
Mustard Greens

Mustard Greens, are known for their peppery and slightly bitter taste!

Some key nutrients found in Mustard Greens are:

  • Folate: Important for DNA synthesis and cell growth.
  • Vitamin A: Supporting vision, immune function, and skin health.
  • Vitamin K: Essential for blood clotting and bone health.
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Little Bear Fresh Turnip Greens
Turnip Greens

Turnip Greens are incredibly nutritious and offer a slightly peppery flavor!

Some key nutrients found in Turnip Greens are:

  • Vitamin A: Supporting vision, immune function, and skin health.
  • Vitamin C: Supporting the immune system and aiding in collagen production.
  • Vitamin K: Essential for blood clotting and bone health.
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Greens & Herbs

arugula
Arugula

Our Arugula offers a flavorful and nutritious tender leafy green with a distinctive, peppery taste!

Some key nutrients in Arugula are:

  • Folate: Important for DNA synthesis and cell growth.
  • Manganese: Supporting bone formation, blood clotting, and reducing inflammation.
  • Vitamin K: Essential for blood clotting and bone health.
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celery
Celery

Adding a delightful crunch and a healthy dose of dietary fiber, celery supports healthy digestion and is rich in antioxidants.

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cilantro
Cilantro

Cilantro’s deep green leaves contain vital nutrients like folate, riboflavin, niacin, Vitamin A and potassium – and it’s distinctive flavor adds a pop to any dish, making it a global favorite.

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collards
Collards

A classic Southern favorite, collard greens are rich in folate, calcium, iron and Vitamins E, A, K and C. These dark leafy greens are also low in calories and high in dietary fiber.

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dandelion
Dandelion (Green & Red)

Most people know dandelions for the resiliency – bursting through a crack in cement with an optimistic yellow blossom. Eating dandelion greens brings that resiliency to us through Vitamins A, C, and K and are known to assist in weight management.

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dill
Dill

Familiar for its flavorful role in pickling, dill is actually packed with its own nutrients. For centuries, dill has been used for its flavor as well as medicinal purposes. It’s a great source of manganese, iron, and flavonoids that provide anti-inflammatory and antiviral properties.

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green chard
Green Chard

Green Chard, similar to Rainbow Chard but with green leaves, has a slightly earthy and bitter flavor.

Some key nutrients found in Green Chard are:

  • Vitamin A: Supports vision, immune function, and skin health.
  • Vitamin K: Essential for blood clotting and bone health.
  • Magnesium: Essential for muscle and nerve function, as well as bone health.
kale
Kale

Kale is a versatile and nutrient-rich leafy green. Kale offers a hearty texture and slightly bitter flavor.

Some key nutrients found in Kale are:

  • Vitamin A: Supports vision, immune function, and skin health.
  • Vitamin K: Essential for blood clotting and bone health.
  • Vitamin C: An antioxidant that supports the immune system and aids in iron absorption.
  • Folate: Important for DNA synthesis and cell growth.
  • Calcium: A mineral crucial for bone health and muscle function.

Kale is one of the most nutrient dense vegetables around, most notably known for promoting brain health, preventing disease, and being an all-around wellness powerhouse. Delicious raw or cooked, kale has a deep earth, herbaceous flavor.

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methi leaves
Methi Leaves

Methi leaves, also known as Fenugreek, have a light bitter taste that can complement many dishes, and they are known worldwide for their health benefits. Known to be beneficial for nursing mothers, methi leaves can also promote healthy digestion and help lower cholesterol.

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mustard greens
Mustard Greens

Mustard greens have a rich peppery flavor, and are packed with beneficial nutrients. High in potassium, Vitamin A, Vitamin C and brain-building Folate, mustard greens’ antioxidants help promote heart health and can assist in diabetes prevention.

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parsley
Parsley

Parsley isn’t just pretty! The common garnish is a wonderful way to add flavor to a dish without salt, and it’s also high in Vitamin K, which is great for bone health. Recent studies show that a natural chemical in parsley, Apigenin, may have cancer-fighting properties.

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rainbow chard
Rainbow Chard

Rainbow Chard is a vibrant and flavorful leafy green. Its taste is a combination of earthy, slightly bitter, and sweet.

Some key vitamins and minerals found in Rainbow Chard are:

  • Vitamin A: Supports vision, immune function, and skin health.
  • Vitamin K: Essential for blood clotting and bone health.
  • Magnesium: Essential for muscle and nerve function, as well as bone health.
red kale
Red Kale

Red Kale is a vibrant, leafy green featuring deep crimson hues. It’s prized for its unique earthy and slightly sweet flavor, and its nutritional density.

Key nutrients found in Red Kale include:

  1. Vitamin K: Crucial for blood clotting and bone health.
  2. Vitamin A: Supports vision, immune function, and skin health.
  3. Vitamin C: An antioxidant fortifying the immune system and facilitating iron absorption.
spinach
Spinach

Spinach is a low-calorie, versatile green packed with nutrients like folate, Vitamin A, potassium, and magnesium. Delicious raw, cooked, or even blended in a smoothie or sauce, spinach is a great source of iron, which helps the body use energy efficiently.

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swiss chard
Swiss Chard

Swiss chard is particularly beautiful, especially the rainbow variety with jewel-toned stems—but that’s not all. This leafy green is high in fiber, vitamins, and essential minerals like calcium, copper, magnesium, manganese, iron, zinc and phosphorus.

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turnip greens
Turnip Greens

Turnip greens are one of the most nutrient dense foods around – low in calories, but boasting a high content of calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium and zinc. Just a small serving of turnip greens satisfies the daily intake of Vitamin K, which promotes bone health.

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Tuscan kale
Tuscan Kale

Tuscan Kale is a dark, leafy green with long, narrow, textured leaves. It’s renowned for its earthy flavor and nutritional richness.

Key nutrients found in Tuscan Kale include:

  • Vitamin A: Supports vision, immune function, and skin health.
  • Vitamin C: An antioxidant that bolsters the immune system and aids iron absorption.
  • Vitamin K: Essential for blood clotting and bone health.
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The Cabbage Family

bok choy
Bok Choy

Nice and crunchy, bok choy is great at maintaining its texture when cooked. A staple in Asian cuisine, bok choy is a great source of fiber, vitamins, beta carotene, and folate.

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broccoli
Broccoli Crown

This hearty vegetable packs a nutritional punch! Rich in vitamins and minerals, it’s said to have immune boosting properties, an ability to reduce blood LDL-cholesterol, promote bone and heart health, and maintain healthy, radiant skin.

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cabbage
Cabbage

Cabbage is a kitchen staple in many cuisines for good reason. Delicious raw or cooked, cabbage is a wonderful source of dietary fiber, vitamins and minerals. Cabbage’s pleasant crunch can liven up everything from salad to stir fry, and with several different varieties to choose from, you can’t go wrong.

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kohlrabi
Kohlrabi

Kohlrabi is a delicious, hearty vegetable known for its sweet flavor and delicate crunch. Kohlrabi is low in calories, and a great source of Vitamins A, C and K. Additionally, it’s rich in antioxidants and can be instrumental in weight management, digestive health, and maintaining a healthy metabolism.

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cabbage
Napa Cabbage

Napa Cabbage, also known as Chinese Cabbage, has a mild and slightly sweet flavor, making it a versatile ingredient. Some key nutrients found in Napa Cabbage are:

  • Vitamin K: Essential for blood clotting and bone health.
  • Vitamin C: An antioxidant that supports the immune system and aids in collagen production.
  • Folate: Important for DNA synthesis and cell growth.
  • Calcium: Crucial for bone health and muscle function.
  • Potassium: A mineral that helps regulate blood pressure and nerve function.

Incorporating Napa Cabbage into your meals adds a delightful crunch and a range of essential nutrients, making it a nutritious and delicious addition to stir-fries, salads, soups, and kimchi.

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Root Vegetables

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Beets

Beets, known for their vibrant color and earthy flavor, are a nutritious root vegetable packed with essential nutrients.

Some of the the key nutrients found in Beets are:

  • Folate: Important for DNA synthesis and cell growth.
  • Potassium: Helps maintain proper fluid balance, muscle function, and blood pressure regulation.
  • Vitamin C: An antioxidant that supports the immune system and aids in collagen production.
  • Dietary Fiber: Supports digestive health and helps regulate blood sugar levels.
  • Nitrates: Compounds found in beets that may help improve athletic performance and cardiovascular health.

Incorporating beets into your meals adds a burst of color and a range of essential vitamins and minerals. Enjoy them roasted, boiled, grated raw in salads, or blended into soups and smoothies for a nutritious and delicious addition to your diet!

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beta sweet maroon carrots
Beta Sweet Maroon Carrots

Little Bear exclusive Beta Maroon Carrots, are known for their deep purple-red hue. They offer a special twist on traditional orange carrots, along with a range of nutrients.

Key nutrients found in Beta Maroon Carrots:

  • Beta-carotene: Supports vision health, immune function, and skin health.
  • Anthocyanins: The compounds responsible for the vibrant color, which may have antioxidant properties.
  • Vitamin K1: Essential for blood clotting and bone health.
  • Vitamin C: An antioxidant that supports the immune system and aids in collagen production.
  • Dietary Fiber: Supports digestive health and helps regulate blood sugar levels.

Incorporating beta maroon carrots into your meals not only adds a pop of color but also provides a range of essential vitamins and antioxidants. Enjoy them raw in salads, roasted as a side dish, or incorporated into soups and stews for a flavorful and nutritious addition to your diet!

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carrots
Carrots

Carrots are a vibrant root vegetable known for their sweet and crunchy texture. Incorporating Carrots into your meals adds vibrant color, natural sweetness, and essential vitamins. Some key nutrients found in Carrots are:

  • Beta-carotene: Supports vision health, immune function, and skin health.
  • Vitamin K1: Essential for blood clotting and bone health.
  • Vitamin C: An antioxidant that supports the immune system and aids in collagen production.
  • Potassium: Helps maintain proper fluid balance, muscle function, and blood pressure regulation.
  • Dietary Fiber: Supports digestive health and helps regulate blood sugar levels.

Enjoy them raw as snacks, shredded in salads, roasted as a side dish, or cooked in soups and stews for a nutritious and delicious addition to your diet!

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daikon
Daikon

Daikon, also known as Japanese Radish or white radish, is a versatile root vegetable used in various Asian culinary dishes. Some key nutrients found in Daikon are:

  • Vitamin C: An antioxidant that supports the immune system and aids in collagen production.
  • Potassium: Helps maintain proper fluid balance, muscle function, and blood pressure regulation.
  • Dietary Fiber: Supports digestive health and helps regulate blood sugar levels.
  • Folate: Important for DNA synthesis and cell growth.
  • Vitamin B6: Essential for metabolism and brain function.

Incorporating Daikon into your meals adds a crisp texture and mild flavor while providing essential vitamins and minerals. Enjoy it raw in salads, pickled, grated as a garnish, or cooked in soups, stews, and stir-fries for a delicious and nutritious addition to your dishes!

DID YOU KNOW? Daikon root has been used for medicinal purposes for centuries due to enzymes that relieve indigestion and heartburn as well as anti-inflammatory properties.

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golden beets
Golden Beets

Golden Beets are known for their vibrant color and sweet taste.

Some key nutrients found in Golden Beets are:

  • Folate: Important for DNA synthesis and cell growth.
  • Potassium: A mineral essential for heart health and proper muscle function.
  • Vitamin C: An antioxidant that supports immune health and aids in collagen production.
radish
Radish

Radishes, known for their crisp texture and peppery flavor, are a versatile root vegetable. Some key nutrients found in Radishes are:

  • Vitamin C: An antioxidant that supports the immune system and aids in collagen production.
  • Potassium: Helps maintain proper fluid balance, muscle function, and blood pressure regulation.
  • Folate: Important for DNA synthesis and cell growth.
  • Dietary Fiber: Supports digestive health and helps regulate blood sugar levels.
  • Antioxidants: Radishes contain various antioxidants, such as anthocyanins and flavonoids, which may have health benefits.

Incorporating Radishes into your meals adds a crunchy texture and spicy kick while providing essential vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Enjoy them raw in salads, pickled, roasted, or thinly sliced as a garnish for tacos, sandwiches, and sushi!

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Onions

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Honey Suckle Red

Honey Suckle Red Onions, known for their sweet and slightly pungent flavor, are a versatile ingredient. Some key nutrients found in Honey Suckle Red Onions are:

  • Vitamin C: An antioxidant that supports the immune system and aids in collagen production.
  • Quercetin: A flavonoid with anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.
  • Folate: Important for DNA synthesis and cell growth.
  • Potassium: Helps maintain proper fluid balance, muscle function, and blood pressure regulation.
  • Sulfur Compounds: Certain compounds in onions may have health benefits, including potential anti-cancer properties.

Incorporating Honey Suckle Red Onions into your meals adds a colorful and flavorful touch while providing essential nutrients and potential health benefits. With a complex flavor, Honey Suckle Red Onions are a great addition to many different dishes, and mellow in flavor when cooked.

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honeysweet onions
Honeysweet Onions

Little Bear exclusive HoneySweet® Onions known for their mild and sweet flavor, are a delightful addition to various culinary dishes. Some key nutrients found in HoneySweet Onions are:

  • Vitamin C: An antioxidant that supports the immune system and aids in collagen production.
  • Quercetin: A flavonoid with anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.
  • Folate: Important for DNA synthesis and cell growth.
  • Potassium: Helps maintain proper fluid balance, muscle function, and blood pressure regulation.
  • Dietary Fiber: Supports digestive health and helps regulate blood sugar levels.

Incorporating HoneySweet® Onions will provide you with all the pleasant, sweet onion flavor, with none of the unpleasant, pungent bite. Enjoy them raw in salads, caramelized in dishes, or as a flavorful addition to sandwiches, burgers, and sauces!

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leeks
Leeks

Leeks, known for their mild and slightly sweet flavor, are a versatile vegetable used in various culinary dishes. Some key nutrients found in Leeks are:

  • Vitamin K: Essential for blood clotting and bone health.
  • Vitamin C: An antioxidant that supports the immune system and aids in collagen production.
  • Folate: Important for DNA synthesis and cell growth.
  • Potassium: Helps maintain proper fluid balance, muscle function, and blood pressure regulation.
  • Dietary Fiber: Supports digestive health and helps regulate blood sugar levels.

Like Garlic, Leeks not only add flavor to dishes, but also contain allicin, an anti-viral, anti-bacterial, and anti-fungal compound that helps neutralize free radicals in the body. Incorporating leeks into your meals adds a delicate flavor and texture while providing essential vitamins and minerals. Enjoy them sautéed, roasted, in soups, stews, quiches, or as a flavorful addition to salads and pasta dishes!

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white onions
Onions (Bulb White)

White Onions, known for their sharp and pungent flavor, are commonly used in various culinary dishes. Some key nutrients found in white onions are:

  • Vitamin C: An antioxidant that supports the immune system and aids in collagen production.
  • Quercetin: A flavonoid with anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.
  • Folate: Important for DNA synthesis and cell growth.
  • Potassium: Helps maintain proper fluid balance, muscle function, and blood pressure regulation.
  • Sulfur Compounds: Certain compounds in onions may have health benefits, including potential anti-cancer properties.

Incorporating white onions into your meals adds a sharp and aromatic flavor while providing essential nutrients and potential health benefits. Enjoy them raw in salads, cooked in soups and stews, or sautéed as a flavorful base for various dishes!

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Vidalia Sweet Onions
Vidalia Sweet Onions

Vidalia Onions, known for their sweet and mild flavor, are a popular variety of onion enjoyed in various culinary dishes. Some nutrients found in Vidalia Onions are:

  • Vitamin C: An antioxidant that supports the immune system and aids in collagen production.
  • Quercetin: A flavonoid with anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.
  • Folate: Important for DNA synthesis and cell growth.
  • Potassium: Helps maintain proper fluid balance, muscle function, and blood pressure regulation.
  • Sulfur Compounds: Certain compounds in onions may have health benefits, including potential anti-cancer properties.

Incorporating Vidalia Onions into your meals adds a sweet and flavorful element while providing essential nutrients and potential health benefits. Enjoy them raw in salads, caramelized in dishes, or as a flavorful addition to soups, stews, and sandwiches!

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Other Vegetables

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Butternut Squash

Butternut Squash, known for its nutty and sweet flavor, is a popular winter squash rich in nutrients. Some nutrients found in Butternut Squash are:

  • Vitamin A: Provides beta-carotene, essential for vision health and immune function.
  • Vitamin C: An antioxidant that supports the immune system and aids in collagen production.
  • Potassium: Helps maintain proper fluid balance, muscle function, and blood pressure regulation.
  • Dietary Fiber: Supports digestive health and helps regulate blood sugar levels.
  • Vitamin E: An antioxidant that supports skin health and immune function.

Incorporating Butternut Squash into your meals adds a natural sweetness and a dose of essential vitamins and minerals. Enjoy it roasted, mashed, pureed into soups, or incorporated into casseroles and salads for a nutritious and flavorful addition to your diet!

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cuban peppers
Cuban Peppers

Cuban Peppers, offer a mild and slightly sweet flavor.

Some key nutrients found in Cuban Peppers are:

  • Vitamin C: Abundant in peppers, it acts as an antioxidant supporting immune health.
  • Vitamin A: Important for vision, immune function, and skin health.
  • Capsaicin: Though not as spicy as some peppers, it still contributes to the overall flavor.
Hungarian peppers
Hungarian Peppers

Hungarian Peppers are known for their versatility and mild to moderate heat.

Some key nutrients found in Hungarian Peppers are:

  • Vitamin C: Abundant in peppers, it acts as an antioxidant supporting immune health.
  • Vitamin A: Important for vision, immune function, and skin health.
  • Capsaicin: While milder compared to some peppers, it still contributes to the characteristic heat and may have metabolism-boosting properties.
long hot peppers
Long Hot Peppers

Long Hot Peppers offer a unique and spicy flavor profile. They range from mildly sweet to moderately spicy. Some key nutrients found in Long Hot Peppers are:

  • Vitamin C: Abundant in peppers, it acts as an antioxidant and supports immune health.
  • Vitamin A: Important for vision, immune function, and skin health.
  • Capsaicin: The compound responsible for the peppers’ heat, which may have metabolism-boosting and pain-relieving properties.
okra
Okra

Okra, known for its unique texture and mild flavor, is a nutritious vegetable used in various cuisines around the world. Some key nutrients found in Okra are:

  • Vitamin C: An antioxidant that supports the immune system and aids in collagen production.
  • Vitamin K: Essential for blood clotting and bone health.
  • Folate: Important for DNA synthesis and cell growth.
  • Dietary Fiber: Supports digestive health and helps regulate blood sugar levels.
  • Vitamin A: Provides beta-carotene, essential for vision health and immune function.

Incorporating Okra into your diet adds a unique texture and nutritional value to dishes. Enjoy it in soups, stews, stir-fries, or breaded and fried as a delicious side dish.

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Sicilian Eggplant
Sicilian Eggplant

Sicilian Eggplant, known for its bright purple color and unique shape, is a versatile vegetable commonly used in Mediterranean cuisine. Some key nutrients found in Sicilian Eggplant:

  • Dietary Fiber: Supports digestive health and helps regulate blood sugar levels.
  • Vitamin C: An antioxidant that supports the immune system and aids in collagen production.
  • Vitamin K: Essential for blood clotting and bone health.
  • Folate: Important for DNA synthesis and cell growth.
  • Potassium: Helps maintain proper fluid balance, muscle function, and blood pressure regulation.

Incorporating Sicilian Eggplant into your meals adds a hearty texture and subtle flavor, while providing essential nutrients for overall well-being. Eggplants are low in calories, and high in fiber! Enjoy it roasted, grilled, sautéed, or as a key ingredient in dishes like caponata or eggplant parmesan for a taste of Sicilian cuisine!

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