The story behind the Pane Guttiau

The story behind the Pane Guttiau

This salty, crunchy and ultra- thin cracker is also known as “music sheet” due to its resemblance to the sacred  paper on which musical scores were written. Sardinia, Italy, is the birthplace of this delicacy made from yeast, water, salt and wheat bran baked in temperatures around 840F-930F, and then cut into thin slices.

In the past, “Pane Guttiau” was prepared as a snack for the shepherds who spent long periods of time tending their herds. We bought it  at Trader Joe’s in Miami and we loved it.

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