Buy Slow Dried Bundle Of Whole Grain Pasta éViva 16 x 500 gr
Bundle of Slow Dried Pasta èViva - Agricola Piano - 16 x 500 gr
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For more information about each type of pasta ad its recipe, click on each pasta relative link.
How are our pasta different?
Our wheat is grown in Apulia according to the prescriptions of the Voluntary Integrated Agriculture, a system combining the use of organic and conventional farming practices to reduce environmental impact and to produce high protein (protein >14%) wheat free of glyphosate and mycotoxins.
What we are doing
The transformation Our “whole-body” durum wheat flour with high protein content (protein >14%) allows us to improve the texture of the dough and thus reduce starch leakage during cooking, which once cooked will be elastic, Consistent and not sticky.
We have chosen to extrude our dough at low pressure in order to preserve to the maximum the organoleptic characteristics and the bronze drawing to make it rougher, in order to bind perfectly to each seasoning.
At the end of the processing process, it is dried at a very low temperature (36°/44°) to preserve all the nutritional values contained in our whole-body durum wheat flour.
The pasta Thanks to the presence of wheat germ, inside our pasta there are protective and anti-inflammatory substances for the organism. Wheat germ is a concentrate of nutrients such as amino acids, fatty acids, mineral salts, B vitamins and tocopherols (vitamin E).
The result is a dough that is cooked in a short time (8/10 min.), that keeps cooking, with an incomparable taste, able to release an intense wheat fragrance, preserve all the nutritional values and digestibility of the pasta.
|Average Drying Temperature (°C)||40|
|Average drying time (Hours)||72|
|Origin of raw materials||Self-produced|
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