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Farro Recipes

Farro lacks essential amino acids, particularly lysine, and by coupling it with legumes rich in these substances such lack is compensated. You can cook it with just about anything (ideal with vegetables) and can be utilized in most dishes in place of pasta or rice. Almost all thick soups, until the beginning of last century (when pasta was not yet used), were cooked with cereals and among them farro always constituted the richest and most appreciated. It was also utilized for cakes, pies and other concoctions, what follows is an interesting recipe from the old book “il panunto Toscano”of Francesco Gaudenzio, a gesuit monk born in Florence April 12 1648, a known gourmand who moved from convent collecting local recipes and who finally compiled a volume that he himself described as “opus in which it is shown the ease of modern cuisine at little expense.”

all the farro's product we sale at the restaurant. The gentelman on the picture is Domenico Maurici one of the owners, olding a glass of wine made in his vineyard
Different kinde of farro's pastas, we have penne, fusilli, spaghetti all made with farro grains, way much ealtier than the normal pasta

From the Press


Chef, Domenico Maurici - Il Farro Caffe Trattoria 

“We need to eat with set standards. Associating eating with taste, flavor, quality and health. We must create trust in the origins of primary producers.”


The Bible - Ezekiel 44-30 

“Farro is mentioned with the Hebrew name of Arisab”, Still today with this grain are made the national dishes of Lebanon, Lybia and almost all of the Middle East countries with different names (Taboule, Kibbe, Salf).”


“Fondamentale”, The Italian Association for Cancer Research Newsletter

“On the role played by fiber in tumor prevention, particularly for colon an breast tumors, the consensus of scientists is by now very widespread”

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