Winter Farro Salad

A southern Italian “salad” with oranges, fennel, and olives

Short History: Farro is from the Fertile Crescent, an agricultural region extending from the Levant to Iraq. It has bene found in the tombs of Egyptian kings, and was used to feed the Roman Legions. Farro is now becoming more popular in the U.S. with the revival of popularity of whole grains, and also Italian food! There are actually three different kinds of the grain that is called Farro – einkorn, emmer, and spelt! This Farro salad from The Vegan Taste is going to provide you with protein, fiber, magnesium, zinc, B vitamins, and more!

Reheating Instructions: Eat at room temperature

Customer Comments:

“Excellent – I’m new to farro and I like it! I loved every aspect, and it’s definitely not a dish I would read the description of and expect to like as much as I did. But everything really went together great. Oranges and olives together, who would’ve thought…” – Kelly Co. from Mesa

“Delicious combo of my faves.” – Anna Ke. from Phoenix

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