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Farro Campanini

Authentic Italian farro is remarkably versatile, with a nutty taste and chewy texture. It adds heartiness and body to soup, pilaf, risotto, stuffing for cooked vegetables and grain salads. This wheat-like grain is rich in fiber, high in protein and...Read More

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Authentic Italian farro is remarkably versatile, with a nutty taste and chewy texture. It adds heartiness and body to soup, pilaf, risotto, stuffing for cooked vegetables and grain salads. This wheat-like grain is rich in fiber, high in protein and vitamins A, B, C and E, and low in gluten. A product of Italy. 1 lb.

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  • Manufacturer: De Medici
  • Weight: 1 lb
  • Ingredients: Farro
BENEFITS:
  • Great for soup, pilaf, risotto, stuffing and grain salads.
  • Nutty flavor with chewy texture.
  • Releases a creamy liquid in each bite.
  • High in fiber, protein and vitamins A, B, C and E.
  • Low in gluten.
  • A product of Italy.
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Used this product to make farrotto, the farro equivalent of risotto, and it was great. The texture is chewy, the flavor nutty, and it was a snap to cook. I used the recipe from Cooks Illustrated, which was remarkably similar to standard risotto, and required no extraordinary ingredients. You won't be sorry
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