Mica(1) (PAT): A type of bread traditionally made by Piedmontese bakers and which takes a different name according to its place of production and the shape given to it. In the province of Cuneo, for example, it is called Paesana, Torson, Campere, Munié, or Liber. It is made with wheat flour, water, natural yeast and salt, its shape varies and its unit weight is usually between 500-700 grams. It is golden brown in colour, has a fragrant flavour and a moisture content of between 30% and 38%. “Mica” can assume the form of a Michëtta, a small loaf, and a Micon, a big loaf.
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