10
jul
2017

spirulina
23
oct
pimpinella

Pimpinella

The Pimpinella plant genus consists hardy annual herbs that reach from 45 to 90 cm in height.

Some common names for Pimpinella include Aniseed and Anise.

Aniseed blooms in the summer with umbels of tiny white flowers and plants are converted for their seeds; these should be harvested once they begin to turn gray and loosen easily from their coats.

An essential oil is obtained from the seed, used in perfumery, tooth pastes, medicinally and as a food flavouring.
The powdered seed can be used...

14
feb
shampoo-per-capelli-secchi
17
nov
rosemary

Rosemary

Rosemary is an herb in the mint family. It is a small evergreen shrub, Rosmarinus officinalis, whose 1-inch leaves resemble curved pine needles.

Rosemary is native to the Mediterranean.

Rosemary's assertive flavor blends well with garlic to season lamb roasts, meat stews, and marinades. Rosemary also enlivens lighter fish dishes, tomato sauces, and vegetables. Melt butter with Rosemary to dress freshly steamed red potatoes and peas or a stir-fried mixture of zucchini and summer squash. Crush...

28
jul
strawberry

Strawberry

A us study says that strawberries as well as being tasty and succulent also help the brain to clear toxins, the only thing you require is to have moist soil where they can develop.

It was also discovered that the fruit of the strawberry plant are not the same strawberries but smal  and annoying yellow seeds that are found on the surface!

25
apr
red-onions-pudding

Red Onions Pudding

Cut the red onions into julienne strips and cook them in the butter. Add salt and pepper as your liking. After cooking, whisk the artichokes with the mix and add pecorino cheese, 4 eggs and cream. Mix them well. Than let it cool. Butter the molds and fill them with the mixture. Bake in a bain marie (in a pan with water) for about 30 minutes at 170 degrees.
You can make it with many other different vegetables like zucchini, with leeks, asparagus (the vegetables we have in this period)

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15
jun
wine-and-sage-for-your-skin-tone

Wine and Sage for your skin tone

SAGE WINE

30 g of Sage leaves, 1 l of red wine

Put Sage to macerate for a week in red wine.
At the end of the sorted the infusion and store it in a bottles.
This wine has tonic, anti-rheumatic and digestive properties.
You should drink the infusion at least 2 times a day.

Try it with one of our organic red wines!

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