Farro is another grain that is receiving a lot of attention lately due to the recent health craze. It has a nutty flavor that complements many dishes and is easy to make. Part of the appeal is that is can last for days which cuts down on the amount of time it takes to prepare meals since you can make it in bulk and use for several days’ meals. It is versatile enough to add to salads, vegetables or as a side dish to any meat, chicken or pork meal.
- Farro is a versatile grain, that lends itself like barley or wheatberries to many dishes.
- They combine quite well when hot or cold, lending themselves strongly to salads or soups.
- Being like barley, it would work like a grain substitute for those looking for something new and fun.
“If you’re unsure of how to use this versatile grain, we have you covered: Farro is here to fuel your fall with these 16 recipes”
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