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Flour & Grains

Is Italy the most carb-loving country in the world? It just might be—and with this wide selection of deliciously versatile flours and grains in your pantry, you’ll see why. With the products here, you’ll be able to make perfect focaccia, pizza dough, polenta, and yes, even homemade pasta every time. Italian cooks know the secret is using the right tool for the job, which is why there are so many varieties of flour on the market.

Wheat flour in Italy is primarily ground from two different types of grain: grano tenero (“soft wheat”) and grano duro (“hard wheat”). Grano tenero flour comes in varying levels of coarseness, indicated by a number ranking from 00 to 2, and is the flour of choice for most baked goods. For pasta, grano duro or semolina flour makes rustic, sauce-catching shapes that sing with hearty flavor.

And don’t forget the gluten-free options! Italy has a long tradition of taking gluten intolerance seriously, which means the quality of their gluten-free goods is nearly identical to the wheat versions. We’ve found brilliant flours for baking, pasta, and fried foods, all made from all-natural blends of gluten-free grains with no funky additives.

Hearty and filling, Italians love whole grains of all kinds. From corn-based polenta to farro, buckwheat, and other ancient grains, Italian cuisine has been built on a solid foundation of grains of many types for centuries, dating back to the Roman Empire. Many are naturally gluten-free, including quinoa and rice, so you never have to worry. For deliciously creamy polenta, Italian-grown corn delivers every time. Specially selected varieties are grown in the north of Italy, where polenta is traditionally a more common meal than pasta. They are carefully dried and stone-ground for a rich, toothsome texture.

No matter what you’re making, you’ll find the right tools for the job in this selection of flours and grains from the best artisans in Italy.

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Pizza & Foccacia Flour

1.1 lbs
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$7.50
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Gluten Free Pasta Flour

1.1 lbs
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$13.50
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$13.50
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"00" Pasta Flour

1.1 lbs
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$7.50
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Semola Flour

1.1 lbs
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$5.25
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$5.25
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Bramata Bianca Polenta

1.1 lbs
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$4.80
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$4.80
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Cookie & Cake Flour

1.1 lbs
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$7.50
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Carnaroli Rice Flour

1.4 lbs
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$8.50
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$8.50
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Organic Honey Pollen

4.2 oz
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$15.50
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$15.50
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Organic Hulled Farro

12 oz
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$5.90
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$5.90
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Carnaroli Rice Flour in Glass

1.1 lbs
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$15.50
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Organic type 1 All Purpose Flour

1.1 lbs
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$7.50
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Organic Type 0 Baking Flour

1.1 lbs
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$7.50
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All Purpose Baking Whole Wheat Flour

1.1 lbs
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$7.50
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$7.50
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Artemide Black Rice Flour

15.8 oz
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$15.50
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$15.50
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Gluten Free Pizza Flour

2.2 lbs
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$14.50
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Lievito Active Dry Yeast Tin

3.5 oz
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$5.20
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$5.20
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