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Farina di grano antico Russello - Az. Agricola Biologica Adamo  (wheat Russello)

Farina di grano antico Russello - Az. Agricola Biologica Adamo (wheat Russello)

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Farina Russello - 1 Kg.
4.35 €

Maiorca  Flour Soft wheat Bio Molita in Pietra - Fastuchera Farm

Maiorca Flour Soft wheat Bio Molita in Pietra - Fastuchera Farm

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Maiorca Farina di Grano Tenero Bio Molita a Pietra - 1 KG.
4.35 €

Organic flour soft wheat type 0

Organic flour soft wheat type 0

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Farina biologica di grano tenero tipo “0” per Pane - 1 Kg.
3.93 €

Red rice Principato di Lucedio

Red rice Principato di Lucedio

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Riso rosso - 500 gr.
4.76 €

Russulidda Durum Wheat Semolina Sicilian biologic stone ground - Fastuchera Farm

Russulidda Durum Wheat Semolina Sicilian biologic stone ground - Fastuchera Farm

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Russulidda Semolato di Grano Duro Siciliano Biologico - 1 kg
4.14 €

Tumminia Bio-Vollkornmehl - Az. Agricola Fastuchera

Tumminia Bio-Vollkornmehl - Az. Agricola Fastuchera

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Farina Integrale di Tummìnia Bio - 1 Kg.
4.14 €

Mezzi rigatoni of Organic Durum Wheat Semola Whole Wheat- Pasta Benedetto Cavalieri

Mezzi rigatoni of Organic Durum Wheat Semola Whole Wheat- Pasta Benedetto Cavalieri

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Mezzi rigatoni integrali bio - 500 gr.
4.55 €

Paccheri - Pasta Bossolasco

Paccheri - Pasta Bossolasco

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Paccheri - Pasta Bossolasco - 500 gr.
3.98 €

Paccheri di  Russulidda - Fastuchera Azienda Agricola

Paccheri di Russulidda - Fastuchera Azienda Agricola

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Paccheri di Russulidda Fastuchera - 500 gr.
4.35 €

Penne - Pasta Bossolasco

Penne - Pasta Bossolasco

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Penne - Pasta Bossolasco 500 gr.
3.98 €

Pizzoccheri of Valtellina - Arconatura

Pizzoccheri of Valtellina - Arconatura

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Pizzoccheri from Valtellina (bag) - 500 gr.
4.04 €

Semi-wholemeal Tumminia wheat Tagliatelle - Fastuchera

Semi-wholemeal Tumminia wheat Tagliatelle - Fastuchera

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Tagliatelle di Semolato di Tumminìa Fastuchera - 500 gr.
4.55 €

Spaghetti - Pasta Bossolasco

Spaghetti - Pasta Bossolasco

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Spaghetti - Pasta Bossolasco 500 gr.
3.98 €

Strascinati Arconatura

Strascinati Arconatura

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Strascinati Pugliesi sacchetto - 500 gr.
3.21 €

Whole grain Tumminia wheat tagliatelle - Fastuchera

Whole grain Tumminia wheat tagliatelle - Fastuchera

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Tagliatelle integrali - 500 gr.
4.55 €

Wholemeal Tumminia wheat Penne - Fastuchera

Wholemeal Tumminia wheat Penne - Fastuchera

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Penne Integrali di Tumminìa Fastuchera - 500 gr.
4.35 €

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Pasta Mancini is prepared with raw materials, care and time of the best home made dough. Pastificio Agricolo Mancini indeed selects, cultivates and transforms the fittest varieties of wheat for a good and healthy 100% Italian pasta. Guaranteeing the total sincerity and transparency of the company there is the Good Agriculture Practices (GAP) certification, a disciplinary for an eco-compatible of the agricultural activities defined by the Ministry decree of April 19th 1999 as the “Enseble of the cultural methods that a diligent farmer would employ in the interested region”. In addition to traditional formats as spaghetti Mancini, bucatini Mancini, penne Mancini and many others, Mancini proposes more personal ones too as the Tuffoli Mancini, a typical Marche pasta (as the company location itself), mid dimensioned, versatile and perfect for the absorbent of the seasoning.
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Pasta Bossolasco makes a Neapolitan typical pasta format as Paccheri happy to take the Piedmontese citizenship too Knowledge and dedication to raw materials are elements that guarantee the high quality of pasta. The care towards raw materials is not only a slogan, but it realizes with the own cultivation of wheat, in the fields adjacent to the pasta production building, that will be then transformed into artisanal pasta by the company itself. The agriculture respecting the environment this way integrates the craft processing, with slow drying on wooden looms, bronze drawing, all of them taking the necessary time in order to respect and maintain the best properties both on the nutritional and the taste sides.
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The visual impression is enough to understand the high quality of the PASTRY SHEETS / LASAGNE - PASTIFICIO CAPONI. The craft pasta processing at environmental temperature helps to preserve the best properties and aromas of durum wheat and eggs, 26 yolks per kg of flour, both exclusively from Italy. Moreover the hand working, differently from the industrial one, increases the absorbing power of the other ingredients and the consistency during the biting is better too. The final result is an exceptional product, as it is the implicit pasta Caponi message, showing us how personal knowledges and manual skills are, in some processes, still an irreplaceable added value in the food field.
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The particular geological composition is what defines the uniqueness of the Liguria territory. The marked contest between coast and mountains not only creates suggestive landscapes but unrepeatable opportunities concerning the wine and food production. Pasta Liguria benefits exactly from these natural characteristics to propose high quality products endowed with a strong territory connotation. Starting from water, whose importance is often underrated in pasta production but is actually fundamental, which comes from the spring of the Natural Park of Antola, with a protected area of more than 4000 hectares and so able to offer pure and uncontaminated spring water. Only Italian durum wheat, slow drying, bronze wire drawing (that is to say the key elements of a craft pasta), together with skills and territory knowledge give as a result typical high quality regional pasta (as the Trenette pasta di grano duro da agricoltura biologica - Pasta di Liguria), with which you can exalt at their best Ligurian recipes and many others!
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Is it necessary to give up all carbohydrates to have a healthy diet? No, you simply have to choose high quality raw materials, from the pasta you buy to the raw flours, containing the right amount of nourishment and not too refined ad the 00. In this way, eating a home made pizza or bread will be a satisfaction not only for your palate, but your body too will thank you. The best way to approach this virtuous circle is know and select craft mills like Fastuchera Azienda Agricola, choosing for example producers of ancient wheat as Russello, Tumminia, Maiorca, from the moment that these last ones are almost all stone milled and low refined, both the characteristic are necessary to have an high quality carbohydrate.
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The rediscovery of the ancient wheats has involved Pasta Mancini too, which produces and transforms wheat all of itself and therefore endowed with a structure which is suitable with this kind of evolution. Pasta Mancini has started this road with the Turanico wheat coming from the BIO organic certified agriculture, a specie is hailing from the Khorasan region ( North East Iran) and present in Italy too, but in the last years it was abandoned by the most. Since 2013 Pastificio Mancini, has started to develop pasta making instruments to interpret the richness of these wheats at their best, which have been re-discovered and cultivated. Circular bronze wire drawings, low temperatures drying , lower than 44 degrees 20 hours for the short formats of pasta and 40 hours for the long ones. The result obtained is a lightly dark pasta, with a colour that reminds of ground, endowed with a pronounced wheat aroma. Available in the formats SPAGHETTI DI GRANI TURANICI BIO - Pasta Mancini, PENNE LISCE DI GRANI TURANICI BIO - Pasta Mancini, SEDANI 20 RIGHE DI GRANI TURANICI BIO - Pasta Mancini.
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Homemade bread is something that, as other forms of art, is a channel for creativity, expressivity and enriches the knowledges. Moreover it gives us the certainty of eating an healthy product, which is fundamental thing when we talk about everyday food, differently from what normally happens in the most part of the bread, where the amount of yeast is too high, the flour used is too refined and sometimes chemical additives are present too. The first step for an high quality bread is the selection of the raw materials, flour first privileging the raw ones. We’ve invested our time and resources in the promotion of the ancient wheats, endowed with unique organoleptic and taste properties, as we’ve observed after many years of experiments with home made pizza and bread, and the result have been incredibly good. Using Tumminia, Russulidda Durum Wheat Semolina Sicilian biologic stone ground - Fastuchera Farm or Minorca ( Sicilian ancient durum wheat varieties), not only earning in aromatic richness and taste, but our body too will thank us, from the moment that lab analysis have revealed that flours like these bring many different benefits that go from the cardiovascular system ( thanks to lignin) to the ease to digest, moreover discouraging the rise of alimentary intolerances.
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Environmental sustainability is an expression that is joining the virtuous companies vocabulary in the Italian food sector. Describing all the functional dynamics and processes to achieve a total eco-sustainability would require a wider deepening, so today we’re focusing on a single aspect, to define better what sometimes could appear a difficultly tangible concept in practical terms for consumers. We take as an example the agricultural sector, particularly the wheat production and that exceptional reality that Pastificio dei Campi is: when I first read about triennial rotation, i immediately had a flashback to the history class, when during the school lessons we used to study the cultivation methods and their evolution. The triennial rotation is a practice that has been abandoned due to the lower yield, but brought back by Pastificio dei Campi as the rotation give the ground a break, allowing its natural time to recover and come back offering high quality Pasta di Gragnano at rhythm perfectly synchronized with nature and its needs.
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Azienda Agricola Biologica Adamo is a company that, due to the magnificent productivity of the land where it is placed, commits to a well rounded production with a fil rouge: the authentic genuineness and naturalness of the products. At the beginning extra virgin olive oil and wine were the specialization fields, but the call and the vocation of the grounds towards other alimentary kind were too inviting to resist them. So Vincenzo and his family decided to approach first the wheat sector, developing the Sicilian ancient durum wheats in particular, and then the preserves, all organic certified. The last ones are the most recent arrivals, Sicilian specialties with centuries of traditions, passed on trough the generations as the Sicilian Caponata - Azienda Agricola Biologica Adamo, the red onion jam, pistachios pesto, trapanese pesto with tuna and many others.
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The ancient durum wheat varieties have recently been doing a comeback, once they were abandoned for their poor yield, nowadays they’ve been reconsidered for their extraordinary organoleptic properties and the characteristic aromas that distinguish themselves from the most common ones. The Russulidda is part of this category, a Sicilian ancient durum wheat which is a truly unique variety as benefits on health (low gluten content, facilitation of digestion, high lignin content that favours the circulatory system) and the aromatic typicalness. Fastuchera Azienda Agricola is a small Sicilian reality, starting from the ancient wheats cultivation to the transformation in hand made pasta, obtaining a Sicilian ancient wheat pasta from organic agriculture. Yesterday some new products have been presented, among which the Paccheri di Russulidda - Fastuchera Azienda Agricola, a typical format of the southern Italy gastronomic tradition which finds in this variety an original aromatic mark and inviting toasted perfumes.
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The Cavalieri family has been committing in the durum wheat cultivation field since 1800, an experience that in 1918 turned into a pasta production activity. The personal knowledge led the Pastificio Benedetto Cavalieri to select only Apulian and Basilicata durum wheats, cultivated excluding the massive use of herbicides going to the detriment of quantity but improving the quality. After becoming a renowned excellence in the homemade pasta production, the last challenge for Benedetto Cavalieri has been the whole wheat pasta. A product that is often seen ad healthy but damaging the taste, so the mission of the company has been making Benedetto Cavalieri whole wheat pasta healthy and tasty at the same time. After many researches and tests the results is an organic pasta not only endowed with great organoleptic properties, but also with an enveloping and rustic taste, as in the case of the Mezzi rigatoni of Organic Durum Wheat Semola Whole Wheat- Pasta Benedetto Cavalieri, a truly interesting and versatile format for your recipes.
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Molino e Pastificio A. Amadio is a recently born line designed and produced by the historical Pastificio Gentile. So, it is a Pasta di Gragnano igp produced with a careful selection of 100% Italian durum wheats. As per disciplinary the bronze wire drawing and the low drying are essential processes in order to maintain highest level of quality. When we tried the Bucatini di Gragnano - Molino e Pastificio A. Amadio we were very suprised firstly by Pasta Amadio great cooking resistance, particularly from the moment that this pasta format is usually one of the most difficult to manage from this point of view, secondly by its intense taste and the outstanding porosity that favorites a perfect absorption of the sauce by the bucatini.
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Pastificio Caponi was born in 1953, in the province of Pisa, at the beginning oriented towards stuffed fresh pasta production, during the years the dried egg pasta was inserted, in the traditional formats like tagliatelle Caponi, Pappardelle (egg pasta) - Caponi and lasagne Caponi. The raw materials used come from local Tuscan suppliers selected and guaranteed, as the it happens in the case of the eggs (26 egg yolk per kg of flour) whole and opened one at time, while the durum wheat comes from Florence. The pasta is produced using the renewed original machineries of the pasta laboratory, which have the particular peculiarity to leave space for the manual work, still nowadays a big part of the process, without replacing it. As a consequence the result is an artisanal product, traditional and cared in every single detail, also due to the natural temperature drying, a long and expensive process that go to the detriment of quantity but guarantees an incredibili high quality of the final product.
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Pexto, in its laboratory placed in Genova, has developed and actualized the historical recipes of the Ligurian tradition: classic Pesto alla Genovese - Pexto and Pesto alla genovese (no garlic)- Pexto. In all their variants the fresh products Pexto are united by the high quality of their ingredients. A quality without any compromise: parmigiano reggiano 27 months aged produced with mountain milk, Italian extra virgin olive oil coming from an historical Ligurian olive oil mill. Italian nuts, pine nuts and garlic carefully selected and the inimitable D.O.P. genovese fresh basil. We suggest to try it with the Testaroli of Lunigiana - Arconatura, typical pasta made up of buckwheat, a classic of the Ligurian tradition that never disappoints.
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1867, it is the date the attested by a certificate in the chamber of commerce which marks the beginning of the activity as artisanal pasta producers by the Masciarelli family. A company that has been expanding with the passing of time, still maintaining the artisanal character that stood it out at the birth, testified by the irregular shape of Pastificio Masciarelli products. The choice of fine local durum wheats, the use of water coming from the near Majella Natural Park, the bronze drawing and the slow drying at 40 degrees are at the base of the excellence of this product. These are processes and attentions which are fundamental to maintain the taste, the consistency and the organoleptic qualities intact. The goodness of the product has been rewarded in 2013 by Gambero Rosso, with the award as pasta with the best quality/price ratio. In the picture Fusilli Masciarelli with Ricotta di Bufala (Buffalo Ricotta) - Caseificio Artigianale Esposito, Pachino Cherry Tomatoes and Pistacchi di Sicilia crudi e sgusciati - Azienda Agricola Fastuchera.
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Pasta Bossolasco project is born from an agricultural company, when the fourth generation decided to integrate the raw materials transformation, that is to say Italian durum wheat, with the production of the same. It is the second company case in Italy of Italian pasta production with a 100% internal supply chain, so from the wheat cultivation, to the milling in order to obtain the flour, than the processing and finally the packaging. The agricultural origin of the company has the advantage of having knowledges inherent to the activity, which have allowed to obtain high quality Italian products, with the right bland of durum wheat varieties for make a flavorful artisanal pasta, endowed with great cooking resistance and not least a positive impact on health due to its great organoleptic properties. It's available in the formats Fusilli - Pasta Bossolasco, Paccheri - Pasta Bossolasco, Spaghetti - Pasta Bossolasco, Penne - Pasta Bossolasco e Trenette - Pasta Bossolasco.
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The experts of the subject state that what truly certifies the quality of an Italian pasta is how it stay firm or not after cooking, that is to say that pasta , after boiling, has to maintain its original shape without laying down and at the same time being properly cooked. When we tried Calamarata di Gragnano - Molino e Pastificio A. Amadio it was immediately clear that this parameter was 100% respected, finding a great and enveloping taste too. It is a certified Pasta di Gragnano IGP, so produced using exclusively Italian durum wheats, bronze drawn and subject to slow drying. These characteristics are necessary to obtain a product which is not only good on the tasting side, but also as it concerns the nutritional values and therefore having a positive impact on body health.
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Lately pasta has been deleted from many tables with the rise of some low carb diets, but are these ones completely safe? According to the research conduced by the Umberto Veronesi foundation the answer is negative. Indeed the energies brought by the carbohydrates contained in the pasta amid are fundamental and irreplaceable for our organism. The lack of these substances, on the long term, can lead to cardiovascular risks or damages to liver and kidneys. So it is very important for our health to consume the right quantity of pasta, choosing carefully products made up of high quality flours as Penne - Pasta Bossolasco, whose wheats are cultivated by the company itself under constant and strict quality controls.
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Pasta, especially in the Mediterranean diet, is one of the main elements, so it is fundamental to choose an high quality and genuine pasta. Pasta Bossolasco is a warranty of the quality of its raw materials, since the company itself cultivates the wheats from which derives the flour of which the final product is made up of. An 100% Made in Italy pasta endowed with extraordinary organoleptic and taste properties. The different formats makes it fit for every recipe, in the photo Spaghetti - Pasta Bossolasco with a three tomatoes sauce on an Sicilian ancient wheats bread cream aromatized with basil, Mature salted sheep ricotta and crispy bread crumbs with chili.
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When we're talking about traditional Apulian pasta, Dibenedetto company is a guarantee of quality. The headquarters are set in the famous village of Altamura, in the province of Bari, a locality that is besides the seat of the"Wheat Exchange", a source raw material and knowledges Didenedetto is constantly in touch with in order to offer the best possible product. The pasta is made up of selected local durum wheats, followed by artisanal processings (dough, filling and drying) slow and low aggressive at environment temperatures, in order to preserve the nutritional and taste qualities. Recipe: Orecchiette with turnip tops Ingredients (for 4 people) 2 kg of Cime di Rapa Pugliesi, 400g Orecchiette di Bari Dibenedetto, Pachino Cherry Tomatoes, Extra anchovy fillets in oil Extra virgin olive oil - Mare Puro, salt, extra virgin olive oil, garlic and chili. Preparation Cook the turnips for a few minutes in boiling salted water and add the orecchiette to complete the cooking. In a saute pan with oil, garlic, anchovies, tomatoes and chili. Pour the pasta Dibenedetto with turnips, blow up and serve.
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To prepare great Bolognese lasagne the quality of the pastry sheet is essential, indeed often the pasta used in this typical specialty is overshadowed by the rest of the ingredients. A pastry sheet that can make is presence consistent gives an extra step to the recipe in its complex, for this reason the Pastificio Caponi has just begun the production of the lasagna sheets. PASTRY SHEETS / LASAGNE - PASTIFICIO CAPONI are an artisanal product, exactly like the home made pasta prepared by the most skilled Bolognese grandmothers. The formula is the usual: 24 egg yolks coming from selected breedings, Italian durum wheat semolina carefully selected and slow drying of 70-80 hours in order to maintain all the tastes and properties. Thanks to the first choice ingredients, the knowledges and the production skills, pasta Caponi represents an excellence with few rivals in the Italian gastronomic panorama.
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In Italy there are many pasta producers, but Pasta Bossolasco distinguish itself from almost all the others. The company its unicity resides in the forward looking choice of starting from the cultivation of own wheat, and following the entire process until the packaging. This allows the producer to not only to realize an high quality pasta, selecting the most adapt and genuine qualities of wheat, but also a total transparency towards the customers, making them aware of the product they’re buying. Today we’re giving you a simple, classic recipe appreciated for its taste all around the world: the spaghetti with clams. Ingredients: Spaghetti - Pasta Bossolasco, clams, white wine, Organic extra virgin olive oil - Adamo, Red Garlic from Nubia, parsley, Coarse sea salt of Trapani Clean the clams putting them in a bowl full of water for almost an hour. In a large pan put a garlic clove and a drizzle of EVO oil, stir fry, and add the clams, a while later add 1\4 glass of white and make the alcoholic part evaporate. As soon as the clams will open turn down the gas and shell them (leave some in their shells for esthetic if you want to). Cook the spaghetti in boiling salted water for 2 minutes less than it is written on the box. Finish the cooking of the spaghetti in the pan used before with the water released by the clams, in the end add the chopped parsley and amalgamate for the last time.
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For the people who, sometimes, have no time for cooking, the frozen pizza can be a convenient solution. Even if the products that can be found in the supermarkets are often not high quality ones. We've selected for you PIZZA MARGHERITA - M.E.G.I.C. PIZZA. A pizza sealed in modified atmosphere, so not frozen, that preserves, thanks to this method, all the taste and organoleptic properties, as it has been just made without the use of any preservative. The ingredients are high quality ones, from the durum wheat flour 0 type, to the tomato and the fior di latte mozzarella (not always used in the pizzerias yet) 100% Made in Italy. It keeps for 20 days, it is also possible to frozen it in order to make it keep longer. To bring out the flavours and aromas during baking, preheat the oven at 250°C and place the pizza directly on the oven grill. Thereafter bring the oven temperature down to 220°C and let it cook for 6 to 8 minutes depending on whether you prefer a soft or crispier pizza base. As an alternative, you can place it in a pan for 8 to 10 minutes maximum.
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More and more people are coming back to dedicate themselves to the home made production of bread, focaccia and pizza. We of OIP want to help you to reach the best possible result, both on the taste and in the genuineness of the final product. The flours that can be find on the supermarket shelves aren’t always good quality raw materials, so they alter the tastes and the organoleptic qualities of bakery products in a negative way. Within our catalogue you will be able to find different kind of flours, from the most common varieties to the ones derived from ancient wheats. All of them rigorously Made in Italy all over the production processes: from the wheat cultivation without dangerous chemical fertilizers, to the stone milling. Why using Italian flour? The flour leader countries producers (Canada, Rumania), due to the lack of sun and warm needed for the most part of the year, are obliged to dry the wheat using the glyphosate, an herbicide that avoid the wheat to go bad within few days, but it surely hasn’t a good effect on health, so that it is under observation as a possible cancerous substance. In Italy, on the contrary, particularly in the Southern regions, is endowed with a warmer and sunny weather, so the producers are able to dry wheat naturally under the sunbeams. To give your dough an unique aroma try the flours by Fastuchera Agricultural Company, a small company that invest in the production of flours deriving from Sicilian ancient wheats, towards a eco sustainable agriculture protecting the biodiversity and the genuineness of the final product. Maiorca Flour Soft wheat Bio Molita in Pietra - Fastuchera Farm, Russulidda Durum Wheat Semolina Sicilian biologic stone ground - Fastuchera Farm, Tumminia Biologic Semiwhole Flour Stone Milled - Az. Agricola Fastuchera.
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Did you know that the tumminia wheat is a variety which have been already cultivated by the Ancient Greek in the Sicilian colonies of the Magna Grecia? After a long period of neglect due to the low productiveness, this ancient durum wheat has been re-discovered by some small local producers as it is endowed with incredible organoleptic properties. Indeed it has an high protein value, a low gluten index and contains an high percentage of lignin, a substance that help the heart to keep healthy reinforcing the immune defenses too. Anyway it not only have great nutritional properties, but also an unique natural aroma, giving the derived products as tumminia pasta or tumminia bread an outstanding pleasant taste which mirrors its ancient and deep historical heritage.
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It could seem obvious, but a real good quality and naturally genuine bread makes the difference in your both in taste and in the health of your diet, as it is a product which is a constant part of the everyday meals of most of people. So we've searched and selected for you an high quality, organic certified, stone baked bread and we are convinced Forno Astori represents a real excellence in this field. The bakery directly selects from the mills only Italian and organic flour, making the bread using natural starter still making all processes by hand. The result is a fragrant and rustic bread, which will last not only for a day but will keep for many days due to the 100% natural ingredients. Forno Astori has a wide offer of breads: Stonebaked organic Pugliese type bread - Forno Astori, Stonebaked organic bread with spelled flour - Forno Astori, Stonebaked organic whole meal bread - Forno Astori, Stonebaked organic bread with rye flour - Forno Astori, Stonebaked organic durum wheat bread - Forno Astori, Stonebaked organic bread with 4 cereals - Forno Astori. Not only bread, this bakery indeed produces all kind of products deriving from flour and baked in a stone bake like grissini, biscuits, rusks, taralli and so on.
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Pasta Bossolasco distinguishes itself from the other artisanal pasta thanks to the annulment of the production chain, in which now has the farmer become the pasta maker too, in a process similar to the wine making one where the vineyard product is then transformed in an excellent wine by the producer itself. The pasta produced is the result of a careful selection of the best durum wheat, bronze wire drawing and drying at low temperare and so slower but more natural too ( this leads, differently from the industrial pasta, to a less bright yellow color) also going to the detriment of the quantity yield. The final product is a 100% Italian origin, certified and naturale artisanal pasta, an important element as it concerns an absolute protagonist of a lot of every day recipes and diets.
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Why eating healthy always should mean tasteless? Of course we don't think so, and we will prove it giving you a recipe that is both healthy and tasty. It's all up to the raw material you use, in fact Tumminia pasta, differently from most of the other varieties of pasta, derives from an ancient Sicilian wheat which not only has a lot of benefits on our body, but is has also an unique and outstanding aroma which will make you fell in love with this product. So here's today's recipe: Semi-wholemeal Tumminia wheat Tagliatelle - Fastuchera with seasonal vegetables. Ingredients: 300g of tagliatelle fastuchera, seasonal vegetables (today we're using aubergines, zucchini, onions, fava beans and cherry tomatoes), Organic extra virgin olive oil - Adamo, Raw Sea Salt Picked by Shoulder - Cuordisale - Salinagrande, black pepper. Firstly cut the vegetables in small pieces, take a pan and make them stir fry together with a little EVO oil and seasoning with salt and black pepper. Then put the tagliatelle in boiling salted water for 3 minutes, then drain them saving a little of the boiling water. Put the tagliatelle in the pan finishing the cooking with the vegetables adding the cooking water (1\2 spoonfuls) for one minute nearly. If you want a touch of extra flavor you can add some mature salted sheep's ricotta.
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What about begin the week with a good artisanal beer? American Pale Beer Ale Serpentara - CONTE DE QUIRRA is an amber beer made from Sardinian barley and then produced in Tuscany, with a strong hops share and notes of citrus and grass. The intensive, although not aggressive bitterness is counterbalanced by the caramel notes of malt, which can make it appear as balanced. The ideal pairing is, as it is an Ale beer, with slow cooked meats like roasts, pork shin or lamb as they contrast well with the caramel notes of this beer. Characteristics: Malt: Maris Otter, Munich, Wheat, Crystal, Chocolate; Hops: Cascade, Warrior, Simcoe, Citra; Colour: Amber; Alcohol content: 5.5%; Bitterness: 40 IBU.
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One of the principles of our company philosophy is always use what nature gives you without forcing it, because eating and cooking seasonal vegetables is fundamental in order to have the healthiest and best tasty diet as possible. So we're giving you a recipe whose protagonist a typical Italian summer vegetable: the courgette flower. Courgette flowers have been cooking as a summer delicacies for centuries, mostly in the central-southern regions of Italy. They are considered one of the first street food of the history, they're cooked in different ways from region to region but all of them were fried. Today we're giving you our recipe for delicious stuffed courgette flowers fried in batter. Ingredients: courgette flowers; 110 g of Organic flour soft wheat type 0; 100 ml of ice-cold Blonde Beer Ale Tavolara - CONTE DE QUIRRA or Sparkling water and a pinch of yeast, 100g of Ricotta di Bufala (Buffalo Ricotta) - Caseificio Artigianale Esposito, some Extra anchovy fillets in oil Extra virgin olive oil - Mare Puro, Organic extra virgin olive oil - Adamo, black pepper, Raw Sea Salt Picked by Shoulder - Cuordisale - Salinagrande First let's make the batter: amalgamates in a bowl the flour and the beer\water and yeast using a whisk. For the stuffing cut the anchovy fillets in rough and not too small pieces and mix them with the buffalo ricotta and season with some black pepper and e little EVO oil. Then stuff the courgette flowers, immerge them in the batter, deep fry them in frying oil, when they will be ready dry them and season with some sea salt.
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Pasta alla norma is one of the most ancient Italian pasta recipes whose name was given in honor to a Catania (a city of Sicily )the famous comedy writer Vincenzo Bellini during the first play of his famous theatrical play "La Norma". Today we want to write you a recipe of a 100% Sicilian pasta alla norma, using a pasta made of an ancient Sicilian durum wheat variety called Tumminia cultivated and processed in Alcamo (a village on the western side of Sicily). the result is a semi-whole pasta endowed with an unique aroma and a lot of beneficial organoleptic properties. Ingredients: 400g of Timilia Biological Penne Rigate - Az. Agricola Biologica Adamo; 500g tomato sauce ( you can add cherry tomatoes if you want some extra freshness), mature slated sheep's ricotta, 2 aubergines, 2 cloves of red garlic from Nubia and basil, Sicilian extra virgin olive oil, salt and pepper. First of all you have to wash aubergines and cut them into slices, cover them with cooking salt, put on them a weight an make them dry for one hour at least, with this process they will loose all the water in excess and they won't absorb too much oil. Then wash them from the salt, cut them into cubes and you can decide whether to deep fry them (original recipe) or put them in a pan with some oil (lighter). When aubergines will be cooked ad the sauce to them putting on this sauce the entire garlic clove (that you will take out after the sauce will have acquired its flavour) and make it cook until it has reached the right consistency. During the sauce cooking boil the pasta until its is "al dente" (control the minutes of cooking on the package), dry it and make it cook with the sauce to amalgamate it. At the end add some mature salted sheep' ricotta (be generous) and the remaining leaves of fresh basil.
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As in the last post we wrote about Pesto alla Trapanese now we would guilty if we didn't suggest you the right kind of Italian pasta to pair it with: the Busiate Trapanesi. This marriage is that perfect thanks to the same environmental and climatic conditions but also thanks to the passion and know-how of the producers are fundamental. The Busiate Trapanesi - Pastificio Campo in fact are still made following the local traditional method, using only Sicilian durum wheat Semolina which has an high protein content and remains al dente even after a long time of cooking.
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As in the last post we wrote about Pesto alla Trapanese now we would guilty if we didn't suggest you the right kind of Italian pasta to pair it with: the Busiate Trapanesi. This marriage is that perfect thanks to the same environmental and climatic conditions but also thanks to the passion and know-how of the producers are fundamental. The Busiate Trapanesi - Pastificio Campo in fact are still made following the local traditional method, using only Sicilian durum wheat Semolina which has an high protein content and remains al dente even after a long time of cooking.
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A strong factor of differentiation of pasta, nowadays, is selecting and cultivate the wheat directly within the company properties. This can allow the company to control the best way the raw materials and make a product different from any other on the market. Pasta Bossolasco is a Piedmontese company which has decided to try this difficult but stimulating challenge making an unique high quality Italian Pasta. To test them try Paccheri - Pasta Bossolasco or the other available formats, you won't regret it!
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A strong factor of differentiation of pasta, nowadays, is selecting and cultivate the wheat directly within the company properties. This can allow the company to control the best way the raw materials and make a product different from any other on the market. Pasta Bossolasco is a Piedmontese company which has decided to try this difficult but stimulating challenge making an unique high quality Italian Pasta. To test them try Paccheri - Pasta Bossolasco or the other available formats, you won't regret it!
Your intestine fatigue to digest but you don't want give up eating pasta? Don't worry, Semi-wholemeal Tumminia wheat Tagliatelle - Fastuchera will save you. Thanks to the ancient wheat beneficial properties in fact this kind of pasta will help you decrease your intestinal disturbs with a characteristic and exceptional taste too.
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The Farina di Tumminia as it derives from an ancient raw wheat has some benefits on the immune system. The lignin contained in fact is not only able to increase the immunize defenses of the organism, but it is useful for the prevention of tumors too.
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Recently some studies have enlightened the benefits from the ancient raw wheat Tumminia, thanks to its genuineness it helps the cardiovascular system thanks to a substance called lignin which maintains the heart healthy.
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In order to make people know the uniqueness of its production Pastificio Dei Campi has adopted a system that allows anybody to trace every single package of pasta form the wheat sowing to its packaging.
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Pizzoccheri of Valtellina a buckwheat pasta that belongs to the Valtellina traditions. Seasoned with Casera cheese and butter it is a popular cuisine recipe.
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News riguardanti wheat



Rusello Tumminia and Biancolilla Biologic ancient durum wheat varieties- Agricultural Company Adamo
The Russell durum wheat variety is a very ancient kind of wheat which was cultivated all over Sicily, now it is spread only in some circumscribed ares of the island. The Biancolilla wheat is an ancient variety that in the past was very diffused too until the so called "Green Revolution", during which all the ancient wheat were abandoned in favor of more performing wheat varieties, genetically improved, called modern. The Tumminia is a Sicilian native durum wheat variety, it is one of the most ancient Italian varieties. It is a few sieved whole wheat, it contains a lot of trace elements of the wheat germ and bran germ; it has high protein values and a low gluten index. Nowadays the biologic agriculture has resumed the cultivation of those ancient wheats which are considered finer than the modern ones, the bring with them uniques tastes, shades and aromas, they are more digestible, tolerable and rich of nutritive substances too. The ancient wheats are simply the varieties of the past that are remained authentic and original, that is to say they haven't received any change and alteration by the mankind to increase its performance. They are great for the preparation of bakery products both sweet and salty and for pasta too obtaining excellent result both on the visual and the tasting sides. The ancient wheat have uniques shades of tastes and aromas, they maintain a balanced relationship between the amid and gluten containing a fewer percentage of the last one. If you will make a home-made bread with a flour taken form an ancient wheat you will easily find the differences.

- 27/12/2018 -



Timilia Pasta: From an ancient Sicilian biologic durum wheat variety
This pasta is produced with an ancient Sicilian durum wheat variety Timilia which isn't genetically modified and cultivated by the biologic cultivators of the Valdibella cooperative For the pasta production, it is used a water that comes directly from a source. it is dehydrated at low temperature and in long times, in order to maintain all the nutrients and organoleptic properties of the raw material.

- 07/09/2018 -



Ancient wheats: the Tumminia wheat
The Tumminia is a Sicilian local durum wheat variety among the most ancient in Italy. It is a raw flour, few processed, that contains many oligoelements of wheat, moreover it is endowed with an high protein value and a low gluten index. A product that fits perfectly for the bread making, indeed the well known Castelvetrano bread is made using this kind of flour. Tumminia is very good fo other oven product as pizza or biscuits too Biscuits with Tumminia flower. Ingredients: 500 gr Tumminia raw flour 150 gr butter 2 eggs 150 gr brown sugar 1 yeast bag for desserts 50 gr. Yogurt (optional) grated lemon zest Pour the flour in the pasta maker bowl, adding the yeast and the softened butter in pieces. Make the ingredients kneaded with the whisk, until the mixture will be grainy. Put the K hook, so unite the eggs, the brown sugar and the grated lemon zest (and the yogurt). Knead all the ingredients forming a smooth and hard block. Spread out the dough over the oven paper in a nearly 5mm high puff pastry, with a cutter obtain biscuits and put them over a baking tray covered with oven paper. Cook in the oven for 15 minutes at 180 degrees until golden. Preserve the biscuits in a barrel or a glass pot.

- 24/04/2018 -



Tumminia- Russulidda- Maiorca: Ancient Sicilian Wheats
Historical Sicilian wheats, among which the timilia (or tummina), Maiorca and Russulidda varieties are cultivated and processed throughout the biologic methods, maintaining intact all the nutritional and organoleptic characteristics. Moreover the absence of OGM, these wheats are milled by stone, in order to allow to preserve the wheats germ, vitamins, mineral salts and proteins that make it a further healthy and easy to digest product. It is very good for the preparation of sweet and salty products and for the pasta. The ancient wheats are nothing but ancient wheat varieties of the past remained still authentic and original, that is to say they haven't received any change by the mankind to improve its yield.

- 29/09/2017 -



Forno Astori: research and recover of ancient wheat varieties from Biologic Agriculture
All the wheats are cultivated following the biologic method, the grinding for the white flours is made through many passages in rolling mills and for the raw flours through slow rotation natural stone made millstones. At Forno Astori the production is made exclusively adding the flour to the natural yeast, the first dough is made using machines at low speed rotation and then the loafs are worked manually and let rising on wooden boards. After the cooking in wooden oven, the breads are made cool down in osier baskets. Besides a rich assortment of different kinds of soft wheat, raw, white, durum wheat, spelt, rye,gamut and 5 cereals breads, the oven produces breadsticks, biscuits, melba toasts and taralli always using only biologic raw materials.

- 10/09/2017 -



Pastificio Bossolasco: Artisanal pasta made with durum wheat cultivated in Piedmont.
Spaghetti, penne, trenette: the bronze wire drawing which gives pasta the right roughness and porosity which allows it to bind with the sauce better. The drying phase allows the qualities of each format to fix better: every format has its specific time, way and temperature. As nature which takes 9 months to take durum wheat to maturation, in the same way the artisanal processing of pasta is not hurry. Only slowness can protect all the raw material properties. So the short pastas wait patiently on wooden frames, the long ones are hung until they're ready to reach the best pasta shops or cooked by the best chefs to donate a unique taste experience.

- 04/08/2017 -



Artisanal Pasta Manufacturing Campo Campo's Pasta is exclusively prepared using Sicilian durum wheat semolina and water
The Artisanal Pasta Manufacturing Campo producles, using the best Sicilian durum wheat, durum wheat semolina pasta drawn in bronze and making it dry slowly at low temperature. Through the will to create a products which inspires to the ancient local recipes, the company, in a full artisanal manner, assure a great quality maintaining the taste of pasta as it is made by our grandparents, even if guaranteeing the requisite required by the alimentary disciplinary. The Artisanal Pasta Manufacturing Campo produces the beast varieties of local traditional pasta as the caserecce, gnoccoli, busiate and aneletti palermitani.

- 14/06/2017 -



Artisanal Pasta-Making Campo: The Pasta Campo is exclusively prepared with Sicilian durum wheat flour and water.
The Pasta "Campo" is exclusively prepared with Sicilian durum wheat flour and water. Everything starts from the durum wheat. To make Pasta Campo we use only Sicilian wheats, picked up within the range of 300km from the company site. The harvest takes place in the right moment of maturation that is immediately followed by the storage, all happens within few kilometers to maintain a perfect conservation of the raw materials. The wheat is than ground delicately ( with a low numbers of rotations) to maintain its whole original fragrance.

- 08/03/2016 -



The Timilia or Tumminia Wheat and Flour by the Agricultural Company ADAMO
Well known all over Sicily, but also in the rest of Italy with dialect names: tumminia, timminia, trimmina. It is a wheat which is very resistant to dryness, fit for the cultivation is hot and dry areas, for this reason it is cultivated in South Italy. The Timlia flour is produced through ancient millstones nearby the city of Trapani, it is a whole flour, low tumbled, it contains a lot of oligo elements of the germs of wheat and bran; it has and high protein value and a low gluten index. CHARACTERISTICS: - Intestine's regularization - Easily digestible - Cultivated without using phytosanitaries - Rich of mineral salts, fibers and vitamins

- 02/11/2015 -



Tumminia wheat fusilli with puntarelle and tuna bottarga
Ingredients: - 400g Tumminia wheat fusilli "La Fastuchera" - Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil "Adamo" - 1 clove of red Nubia garlic - 100 g fresh Puntarelle (a type of chicory) - Tuna Bottarga (1st choice) - 1 untreated lemon - Salt from Trapani

- 25/02/2015 -

Domande su wheat

Do you have this produkt Cipriani pasta TAGLIOLINI
Extra thin durum wheat egg pasta?
Organic farming gmo free.
Thank you LK

User: Lucie Kubec ( 15/03/2018)

I am looking for a whole wheat or wholemeal pasta that is not fusilli, spaghetti or penne. do you know any products
User: sbilinis ( 27/01/2014)

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