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Assuming you have dried ones, they are used like other dried beans. They are considered a hard bean, and an overnight soak before cooking is ideal. I'd probably use them to make a bean soup.
Kristen is the Senior Editor of Food52
The same things you would do with many dried beans -- use them in soups, as a hearty side, or something akin to this delicious recipe for borlotti beans on toast: http://bit.ly/grJTKy They're common in Mexican dishes like refried beans too.
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