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Farro Tabbouleh Salad

My Recipes|Luke Chavez

Living in wheat country, I feel a deep connection to the fields of grain that surround me, even though I'm not a farmer myself. The rolling hills give us a colorful reminder of the changing seasons: from vibrant spring green to the golden hues of summer. Watching the combines and grain trucks during the busy harvest season, I am always reminded that our farmers, with the help of modern machinery, are continuing an agricultural tradition started many millennia ago. According to the archaeological record, wheat was being cultivated by man as early as 9600 BCE, and the growth of ancient civilizat...


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