Faina (pronounced "fah-ee-NAH") is a yummy flat bread made of chickpea flour. It's commonly eaten in South American countries like Argentina and Uruguay, but I've traced its origins to Italy somehow... I don't know, I'm not a food historian. What I am is someone who loves trying new exciting foods, and if they also happen to be good for you, then it's bonus time!
Faina is really easy to make. It's made from chickpea (garbanzo bean) flour, so it's a low carb, high fiber, heart healthy, and really tasty alternative to your regular pizza crust or cracker. Is it vegan? Easily. Is it gluten-free? You betcha. Is it absolutely delectable? Of course! I wouldn't share it with you if it wasn't.