legends-about-truffles

The truffle, known for its characteristic aromatic fragrance and flavor, is a fungus that grows naturally in the ground, near the roots of oak trees, oak or poplar trees, making his quest much harder and addictive, so that the best job seekers use expensive trained dogs. Many animals go greedy for the smell that can hear come out of the ground and that, unfortunately, the human nostrils fail to grasp. The best known animal, in addition to the dog, is undoubtedly the pig.

In addition to an intense aroma and flavour, the truffle has many beneficial properties for our health, property known since the days of ancient Greece, a period in which, according to the testimony of the poet Juvenal, was considered an aphrodisiac tuber, as originated by lightning hurled by Jupiter on a plant of oak and, being the God known for his erotic activities, he was given an intense power inspiring.

In addition, it also has numerous nutritional properties. This fungus, in fact, rich in magnesium, potassium and vitamin B12, is also very poor in fat and calories. It is also an excellent source of protein, especially if you exclude from the diet meat consumption. The biggest benefit, however, is the fact that this is a food low in cholesterol and, indeed, helps to lower overall levels in the blood.

#fattorialavacchio has an own truffle ground, where we will be delighted to welcome you to a collection.

For information call us at +0039 0558396221 or send us an e-mail at agriturismo@fattorialavacchio.com

03
oct
cumin

Cumin

Le cumin (Cuminum cyminum) est une plante herbacée annuelle de la famille des Apiacées (Ombellifères).

Le cumin (ou Cuminum en latin) est originaire du Proche-Orient. Il y est apparu comme épice, à fumer ou pour apprêter des mets, puisque son goût est terreux lorsque non apprêté. Il est de la même famille que le persil. Les synonymes de cette épice sont nombreux et incluent le « cumin blanc », « cumin du Maroc » ou « faux anis ».

Le cumin est probablement originaire du...

31
dec
wild-boar-stew

Wild boar stew

ingredients

  • 4 tablespoons/60 ml extra-virgin olive oil
  • 1 onion, coarsely chopped
  • 1 carrot, coarsely chopped
  • 1 celery stalk, coarsely chopped
  • 2 pounds/900 g wild boar, cubed
  • 1/2 teaspoon/2.5 ml nutmeg
  • Salt and freshly ground black pepper
  • 1 cup/250 ml red wine
  • 1 (28-ounce/800 g) can pureed tomatoes
  • 1 cup/250 ml beef broth

Heat up the extra-virgin olive oil in a large stewing pot. Add the onion, carrot, and celery. Cook until the vegetables have become soft. Add the cubed wild...

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...

13
peut
miel-et-produits-de-beaute

Miel et produits de beauté

MASQUE AU MIEL

miel de acacia ou pins

Avec le visage rafraîchi et propagation séchée, ponez juste une fine couche de miel, laissant sous pendant environ 20 minutes, puis rincez.
Pour son caractéristiques la masque au miel est indiqué pour déshydratation et séchés, mais il est aussi utile pour garder en bonne santé de chaque type de peau.
Les propriétés du formulaire peuvent bien sûr être étendues à l'ensemble du corps, arrosant et en s'immergeant entièrement, après quelques...

23
mar
pappa-al-pomodoro
16
Jul
il-cedro-del-libano,-lavacchio

Magazine

La bottega del mulino n°1

Download