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This cheffy bloke, Jeremy Shapiro, recently wrote about making his own grano arso by toasting some durum flour "to a nutty brown colour" and then baking a fairly rustic loaf with it. Which, of course, reminded me of my own experiments along these lines, back in 2011. And then I realized that although I got the flour, and baked a couple of loaves with it, I never actually wrote it up. Or, if I did, I can't find it. My brain is like that these days.

As I recall it was really rather good. Maybe I left myself some notes.

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