Farro (aka Emmer) is an ancient grain that has a long, proud
culinary history in Italy. It has a chewy texture and nutty flavor. It
can be used in grain side dishes and salads, used to make a farro
version of risotto, or simmered in soups and stews.
great nutritional benefits, even when compared to other healthy
alternative grains. It’s lower in calories than brown rice and quinoa,
yet contains more fiber and is a good source of iron. In addition,
it has a roughly similar protein content to quinoa, making it a good
option for vegetarian diets.