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  • n. Emmer wheat


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  • The term farro is broadly used for wheat family members that have a nutty flavor and stout build, including emmer, spelt and einkorn.

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  • To put it even more simply: farro is like a bowl full of little wheat nubbins.

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  • If we listen to Harold McGee he will say that farro is Emmer wheat and that spelt is mistakenly called farro because spelt is the English translation of the Italian word farro.

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  • I toast emmer aka farro before cooking it into pilaf; adds even more nuttiness to an already nutty grain.

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  • I followed my salad with a bowl of thick, salty/sweet barley soup that reminded me very much of a sort of porridge called farro, served mainly in the Italian city of Lucca and the surrounding area.

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  • It's been several years since my last post using the wonderful and ancient grain called farro, here.

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  • They made bread from barley, wheat, and emmer, the ancient strain of wheat better known today as farro.

    Day of Honey

  • Photographs by Melissa Barnes; courtesy of Focus Features "Biutiful" Dinner is at Chez Panisse again with the Edible Schoolyard Foundation's outreach coordinator: green salad; Dungeness crab with cilantro chili ; and farro spaghetti.

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  • I love layering roasted vegetables with a cooked grain like quinoa or farro or bulgur and fresh herbs and raw greens, like spinach or arugula.

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  • I think the special guest is josh farro from paramore I can tell its him

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  • Emmer wheat

    July 9, 2007