The Garfagnina Soup of Bravi Andrea is a mixture of legumes and cereals ready to prepare the traditional Zuppa Garfagnina. All legumes used for this soup are grown and dried in Garfagnana and surrounding areas. The spelt grown in Garfagnana in 1996 has obtained the recognition of protected geographical indication (PGI). This cereal is grown between 300 and 1000m above sea level without any use of chemical fertilizers. The company seeds and gathers the spelt and takes care of all procedures to obtain a perfect and genuine spelt.
The Garfagnana Soup is a genuine dish, which reminds us our grandparent’s “poor cuisine”. You can prepare it in different ways, with or without sautéed vegetables, but because of these exquisite ingredients, you will always obtain an excellent result. We recommend you to add sautéed celeries, carrot, onions, cubed potatoes and vegetable stock.
Garfagnana soup is very good when served over a slice of homemade bread- toasted and rubbed with garlic; a good olive oil and with a glass of red wine.
Components in varying proportions: red,yellow and green lentils, green and red adzuki beans, eyed beans, coco white, borlotti, split peas, spelt.
It needs 12-hour soak.
Keep in a cool and dry place.
Produced and packaged by Bravi Andrea and C. s.a.s., Sillicano, Camporgiano, Lucca..