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Fruit & vegetables
  Fruit & vegetables
The sun plating enriches their flavour making them unique in colour and taste: fruit and vegetable are the main elements of the Mediterranean diet that the rest of the world envies us.
The "Violetto" Artichoke - Cynara Scolymus
The artichoke is a perennial herbaceous plant, typical of the Mediterranean, which grows in the wild in warmer areas. It has been a well-known vegetable since antiquity, and was used as a food source by the ancient Egyptians and Romans...
The Cardoncello Mushroom - Pleurotus eryngii
The Cardoncello Mushroom - Pleurotus eryngii
The Cardoncello is a dark brown autumn mushroom known for its firm flesh. It often grows next to wild cardoons, from which it takes its name. In other parts of Italy it is known by a different name (Cardarello, Ferlengo, fungo di Ferula, etc...
The Cardoncello Mushroom - Pleurotus eryngii
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