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  • America, please meet socca, a crepe-like concoction from the south of France and from coastal parts of Italy, where it's called farinata, made from chickpea flour.

    Family Kitchen: Mediterranean diet gets an illustrated food pyramid

  • Ramsay de Give for The Wall Street Journal This salad is made with blue crab, avocado, grapefruit and crispy farinata, which is a thick chickpea cake.

    Hotel Dining

  • America, please meet socca, a crepe-like concoction from the south of France and from coastal parts of Italy, where it's called farinata, made from chickpea flour.

    Family Kitchen: Mediterranean diet gets an illustrated food pyramid

  • America, please meet socca, a crepe-like concoction from the south of France and from coastal parts of Italy, where it's called farinata, made from chickpea flour.

    USATODAY.com News

  • Adventurous types can start with the Mediterranean sardines or the Granchio, an appetizer of blue crab, avocado, grapefruit and crispy farinata $19.

    European Elegance

  • The meal included farinata, an unleavened chickpea-flour pancake, and a dish of prawns with preboggin pesto.

    Ye Olde Menu: Dormouse, Anyone?

  • Kalyn likes this flatbread because farinata, as well as chickpea flour in general, is gluten free and is very low-glycemic, though the crispy versatility of this cracker should be enough to sell anyone on trying it out at least once.

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  • I found what to me seems the best way to make sure that the dough has the right amount of hydration, by adapting a method to treat garbanzo flour as it is used in the Italian region of Liguria to make farinata.

    2008 November « Baking History

  • I found what to me seems the best way to make sure that the dough has the right amount of hydration, by adapting a method to treat garbanzo flour as it is used in the Italian region of Liguria to make farinata.

    Green Pea Flour Bread (bbd #14) « Baking History

  • Kalyn likes this flatbread because farinata, as well as chickpea flour in general, is gluten free and is very low-glycemic, though the crispy versatility of this cracker should be enough to sell anyone on trying it out at least once.

    Bites from other Blogs | Baking Bites

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  • Hit the Wikipedia button and be hungry.

    August 1, 2008

  • Yum! Let's go. :-)

    August 29, 2008