Farro (aka Spelt) is a dark shiny rice-shaped grain, which when cooked has a firm chewy sweet nutty flavor. Farro is a type of wheat, also called emmer, that was among the first plants to be domesticated in the Middle East. Farro grows in wild and cultivated varieties, and it is still a popular food in some areas of the world, notably Italy. Use Farro in soups and stews for a different texture and flavor. Farro can be used as a substitute for rice in many dishes.
Content Net Weight: 2.0 lbs.