All summer I tried to find Farro in Maine--no luck and no luck on the web. Any suggestions as to a good source in the NYC area and online that I couldn't find?

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  • September 11, 2010
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healthierkitchen
healthierkitchen September 11, 2010

The brand I find all over near me in suburban DC is Rustichella d'Abruzzo. Maybe if you google that? Whole Foods and Balducci's have it here and they are also in NY. In NY, also any good Italian market should carry it. I'm pretty sure I saw it come up in the shop here on food52, but I can't seem to find it now. Good luck!

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jidorman
jidorman September 11, 2010

Fairway or Citarella should have it. (Says Merrill.)

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healthierkitchen
healthierkitchen September 11, 2010

found it - "Farro Pearls" from le Sanctuaire, in the shop here.

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monkeymom
monkeymom September 11, 2010

I got farro piccolo from Anson Mills and it was really great. Nice texture to the grains and very tasty. Expensive though.

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pierino
pierino September 12, 2010

Dean & DeLuca at Prince and Spring.

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luvcookbooks
luvcookbooks September 15, 2010
http://www.livingtreecommunity.com/
had delicious quinoa at a friend's house that she purchases there, so i think their farro will be good, too
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