Mulino Marino Organic Type 0 Manitoba-Style Furia Flour

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Mulino Marino Type "0" organic Manitoba-style "Furia" flour is milled from selected organic Italian wheat for panettone, pandoro, colomba and Italian traditional enriched breads. Mulino Marino has achieved a blend of grains after years of trials with select farmers in the Oltrepò Pavese and Tuscia regions of Italy to produce an organically grown Italian blend with very high naturally occurring (16.00%) protein and extensibility characteristics of Canadian Manitoba.

The name Manitoba derives from the Aboriginal people of the Canadian region of Manitoba. This flour has the special characteristic of forming a very high quantity of gluten during the kneading and cooking of bread. In Italy, Manitoba flours are often mixed in with Italian-produced flours in order to obtain a specific strength of dough - this blending process is carried out directly in the mills but this pure Manitoba type 0 is 100% pure and is perfect for getting really fabulous results for your panettone.

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How to... get bigger holes in your bread

How to... get bigger holes in your bread
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Recipe: Mixed wheat focaccia or naan-style bread

Recipe: Mixed wheat focaccia or naan-style bread
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Recipe: Brilliant Brioche Panettone Baguette

Recipe: Brilliant Brioche Panettone Baguette
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What is …the meaning of the 0 numbers on Italian flour

What is …the meaning of the 0 numbers on Italian flour
So I’ve read that 00 Italian flour is the best for bread and pizza, is that true? Forse sì, forse no. That’s Italian for maybe yes, maybe no. With that phrase alone you can go a long way in Italy, and get into some very tricky situations. See, the thing is those zero numbers have nothing to do with the doughmaking characteristics of the flour, but really only tell how finely ... Read more
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