In olden times, it was the women who picked the freshest vegetables, scooped out their hearts and placed the empty peels in a bowl of cold water. Then they would trim the lamb of fat and tendons, chop it with a sharp knife, season and knead it. Finally, they took soft handfuls of the mix and with starchy fingers filled the vegetables.
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