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Old 03.03.2019, 15:17
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Scrumptious Italian Biscuits - translation please

My Italian neighbour gave me a packet of Italian Biscotti Al Farro con farina di farro macinata a pietra. Absolutely delicious! Would someone translate the description please. Thank you!
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Old 03.03.2019, 15:40
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Re: Scrumptious Italian Biscuits - translation please

It's just Italian biscuits made from stone-ground farro flour.

Farro is a grain in the wheat family - commonly found used in minestrone soup.
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Re: Scrumptious Italian Biscuits - translation please

Many thanks Tom! Perhaps I should dip them in a minestrone soup the next time I indulge!
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Re: Scrumptious Italian Biscuits - translation please

Farro is "Dinkel" in German and "spelt" in English, I love that grain and making bread with Dinkel flour in it. Yummy
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