Acquacotta is the Italian term which literally means "cooked water", referring to a vegetable soup from Tuscany, Italy that is poured over a slice of bread.

It refers to soup made of vegetables and herbs, often salt pork, mushrooms and other ingredients, depending on the season. Although, it is a specialty of Tuscany, this soup is cooked in many variations depending on the location

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