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17.05.2022

Oats: history and properties of the cereal

Low in fat and high in protein, oats represent a valuable cereal for the well-being of the whole body; versatile, rich in fiber and vitamins and with a high satiating power, it is ideal for breakfast, to get the day off to a good start. What does oats contain? Properties Avena sativa (Oat) is a cereal with a very high nutritional and energetic value; as its carbohydrates are slow-releas...

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Faribon returns with the usual monthly appointment dedicated to the history and properties of cereal...

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Contrary to the common mind, buckwheat is not a cereal but a spontaneous plant.  Naturally glut...

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The millet, called in botany Panicum miliaceum, is a cereal belonging to the family of the graminace...

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Second blog with traditional cereals, today we talk about barley. Where does this cereal come from?...

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Today Faribon starts a series of articles in which we will tell you more about the cereals you can u...

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Did you know that March 20th is World Flour Day? A commemorative day that was born in 2019, inaugura...

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The new update makes Faribon even more performing, thanks to the extremely precise fixed–mobil...

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Faribon: an innovative and technological and futuristic product. ICE Agenzia cooperating with HOST h...

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Here is a very accurate selection of recipes that can be made thanks to Faribon, the professional mi...

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Omas Industries will have the honor to collaborate with Unox, a leader in the professional ovens pro...

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Omas will participate at HostMilano 2019: many unmissable events and show cooking sessions to test t...

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Faribon is the innovation! The electrical cereal mill, designed to guarantee an homemade flour produ...

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HostMilano 2019 is coming. Sign-up for the event to ensure you the entrance and attend to Faribon sh...

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Omas will be at HostMilano from 18th to 22nd October 2019 to introduce Faribon to all visitors comin...

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