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Try a delicious cake made of unusual chestnut flour and olive oil.
How to try Castagnaccio in Rome
Cake Castagnaccio consists of flour of chestnuts, olive oil, raisins and salt. In the different regions of Italy instead of raisins added another ingredients like walnuts, liqueur or orange peel.

In Rome, the most delicious Cake Castagnaccio you can taste in Il Fornaio bakery, where also you can watch the cooking process.
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