20
jun
2016

basil

Basil is an essential element in different cuisines.
Its leaves give a lively flavor to dishes and it's fine for sautéed dishes, salads or sauces.

Very widespread in European and Asian cuisine.
Basil was once used by farmers against colds, inhaling the aroma that was created by soaking the dried leaves in a bowl of boiling water.

30
jul
mint

Mint

Mint leaves can be used fresh or dried and used later.

Bring flavor to iced or hot teas, fruit drinks, vegetables (peas and carrots).

The Mint salasa is an excellent side dish to lamb.

In the heat of these days, is nice a refreshing good drink with water and mint leaves, put in the refrigerator to become cold!
Has digestive properties, antiseptic and sedative properties.

02
jan
tortelli-di-patate

Tortelli di Patate

Boil the potatoes till tender and let it cool. Once they are cool, peel the skins. In a deep pan, heat some olive oil and cook the the garlic finely chopped with the bacon /or sausage. Once cooked, add the tomato suace. Add the potatoes in the sauce and mix well. Place the fresh pasta on the table in strips and with a spoon place the potatoe filling distant 3cm from each spoonful. Fold the pasta over and press on the border with two fingers to tight enough to make sure it is closed and the is...

07
jan
recycling-corks

Recycling corks

A the bottle has been opened, what can be done with the used corks? We promote recycling corks. The small and simple gesture of recycling used cork stoppers provides an essential contribution to the vitality of the planet. Cork stoppers are environment friendly by nature - they are a 100% natural product and do not cause pollution if they end up in the rubbish bin. However, they are also fully recyclable and reusable, which means that they have a clearly positive impact from a sustainability...

10
oct
highlighters-chestnut

Highlighters Chestnut

October is time for chestnuts, here are some natural remedies with peels or chestnut leaves chestnut dried

The boiling water chestnut is a hair highlighters. If you have brown hair will need to boil the skins in water chestnuts or chestnuts same for twenty minutes; however if you have blond hair put to boil the water chestnut leaves (preferably dried) for 20 minutes.
To obtain copper hues to dark hair, and golden hair clear, let cool the infusion and wet hair still soft after shampooing.

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!

10
jul
spirulina

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