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Other names: Emmer wheat

Farro or emmer wheat is an ancient variety of hard wheat. The grain is cultivated in Tuscany, Italy. The grain is rich in fiber (10%), protein (15%), and magnesium. Look for farro in health food stores and specialty food stores.
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Substitute for farro

Barley OR Spelt **Note, cooking time for barley and spelt will vary from the cooking time required for farro so plan to adjust recipe cooking time accordingly.


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