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What to do with fig leaves?

jen maiser | Sep 19, 200201:14 PM     11

A vendor at the Farmer's Market here in San Francisco has been selling beautiful, large fig leaves for the past couple of weeks. Each week, I look at them wistfully and then walk past because I am not sure what to do with them.

I hear that you can wrap fish in them, but how do you do that, specifically, using everyday kitchen items (ie, not a bamboo steamer)?

What's the best thing to do with them? I am determined to purchase some this week!

Thanks -

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