Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Local grains and bread

Umbrian bread is similar to Tuscan bread, traditionally made without salt, and with white flour. But there’s definitely a reviving local interest in whole-grains, grown locally, and milled in Umbria.

We made a detour to visit an exceptional bakery that pops up in Google searches, the Granarium (http://www.granarium.it) — they grind their various flours from grains sourced locally.


A delicious loaf of whole-grain bread came back with us, as did a rapidly-consumed piece of pizza.

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