A superhealthy salad by Angela Hartnett which makes the most of one of summer's most splendid ingredients - broad beans
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Buy broad beans still in their pods, which should be firm and crisp; any that are soft were picked a while ago and are past their best. Store in a paper bag in the fridge for up to five days and pod when needed. If young and fresh, they need only brief cooking and are a treat to eat raw. Once cooked, remove the skin to ‘double pod’ the beans, revealing two tiny beans inside.