Over time, it became a thriving center that lived off of agriculture and sheep farming.
In fact, it became the largest producer of “carfagna” wool, much loved by the De’ Medici family, who had it processed in Tuscany and exported throughout Europe.
Various in fact are the recipes that see lentils as the protagonist, along with cold cuts, cheeses and pasta, handcrafted by the locals.
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