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The traditional pan focaccia: from seed to table


The traditional pan focaccia: from seed to table

Immerse yourself in a recent past, to relive the entire production process of the traditional pan focaccia, prepared with flour and oil from the farm. An experience that will begin with a visit to wheat fields, where the various stages of cultivation, from sowing to harvesting, will be illustrated. Following this, participants will be able to try their hand at making pan focaccia, experiencing the complete cycle: kneading, rising and baking in a wood-fired oven. And finally, everyone can enjoy pan focaccia still warm, accompanied by cold meats, cheeses and other products strictly from the farm’s own production. Duration of the experience about 3 hours.

Useful info:
Services included: guided tour of the fields cultivated in the different seasons, dough preparation, baking in the wood-fired oven, bread and focaccia tasting accompanied by salami, cheese and other farm products.
Minimum number: 10 people
: Up to 3 hours
Experience location: Val Graveglia
Available languages: Italian
Availability: all year round



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