Borore, a village located at the foot of the Marghine chain, rises in an area inhabited since ancient times, as evidenced by the many nuraghi, tombs of the giants, domus de janas, dolmens and menhirs that surround it. A village of history, therefore, but also a village of traditions. In particular, it is bread that is at the centre of the cultural narrative, to which a museum has also been dedicated, created to tell the story of the traditions linked to this food, so simple and yet so essential. Throughout our country, but even more so in Sardinia, bread plays a role of honour in ceremonies, festivals, and moments of celebration and ritual. In addition to the tools that have always been used in the cultivation and processing of wheat, the museum contains more than 300 specimens of bread: from those in daily use to those typical of festivals, to those linked to traditional moments of the year and people's lives. A priceless treasure, to be treasured and known.