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Coarse sea salt of Trapani

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Raw Sea Salt Picked by Shoulder - Cuor di Sale - Salinagrande

Raw Sea Salt Picked by Shoulder - Cuor di Sale - Salinagrande

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Thin Raw Sea Salt Picked by shoulder - Cuordisale - Salinagrande

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We often forget how much important is the choice of a good sea salt, the reason is very simple. Indeed it is one of the food we eat every day and, contrary to the tendency to the demonization of this product, that if eaten in the correct quantities contains very important nutrients. We of OIP propose you a raw sea salt Thin Raw Sea Salt Picked by shoulder - Cuordisale - Salinagrande, extracted naturally, picked by hand by the only producers of the Trapani Salina, a natural surfacing plant which dates back to the 11th century. Further contributing to the quality od the raw sea salt of Salinagrande in Trapani is the fact that the area of surfacing is a Natural Protected Sea Area, as a consequence it come in contact with less polluting substances.
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With the approaching of summer, even if tasty and filling seasoning still remains very tempting, it’s not uncommon feeling like eating a fresher but still flavorful dish of pasta. The Trapanese seasoning is a sauce that surely satisfy these need, as you can sense it was born in Sicily, precisely in Trapani, the ideal place par excellence for this kind of recipes. Indeed it is a territory rich in local fresh products, whose combination give life to decise, characteristic, natural and healthy tastes as it is in this case: Sicilian fresh tomatoes, evo oil, Sicilian toasted almonds and raw sea salt. And these are exactly, without any addiction, the ingredients of the Seasoning for Pasta alla Trapanese - SoloSole, a product for which theSoloSole company motto “Sicily In a Jar” could be nothing but perfect.
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In Italy there are many raw ham varieties, with extremely different origins, production areas, clime, pork races as the result are too. In this scenario the Crudo di San Daniele is one of the finest, coming from the same name district in the province of Udine, Friuli. One of the few still craft producers is the historical Prosciuttificio Il Camarin, whose secret is the microclimate of the San Daniele area, where the Alpine wind and the Adriatic Sea wind meet each other. The work is completed by the DOP disciplinary, which imposes very strict processes and requisites, that make the final result absolutely great. Only thighs from Italian porks, Trapani sea salt, hand processing in the San Daniele territory, 18 of aging at least give the San Daniele Il Camarin a vibrant red color, an intense aroma, a sweet, decise taste and a particularly soft consistency. Available whole PROSCIUTTO CRUDO SAN DANIELE (raw San Daniele ham) WITH BONE MATURED FOR 32 MONTHS - IL CAMARIN and cut into pieces with or without bone.
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When you don’t live near the sea, it’s not always easy to find the products reminding its original aromas and flavors. Mare Puro (La Bottarga di Tonno Group) is placed in Custonaci, on the western side of Sicily, a stone’s throw away from the Mount Cofano marine reserve and the Bonagia tonnara, realities far away from the industrial fishing that influenced the company in turn. The products are obtained working the fresh fish, just fished following sustainable criteria in the Sicilian open sea (and in the case of the red tuna following the acquisition of official quotations), through craft techniques and the use of high quality ingredients, ad the Trapani sea salt, local excellence that contributes to elevate the quality of the fish which is great itself. Tuna bottarga, anchovy fillets, Bluefin tuna belly fillets - Ventresca di Tonno Rosso - Mare Puro are only some of the products to try, able to reproduce the sea authenticity .
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Today we’re talking about a product which is often seen badly on the nutritional side, but it is always in the table throughout the world, salt. Not all the salts are the same, some are very refined and have a lower cost certainly, but a negative effect on our health, while others due to natural process are endowed with great properties, without the need of artificial processing as washing, drying and chemical additions. The last one is the case of Cuor di Sale, the Raw Sea Salt from Trapani salt pan, a self-sustaining open air tanks system, with a thousand-year old history, which is working still nowadays and is eco-sustainable. As it is a raw salt, cuor di sale contains “alive” magnesium and potassium, inorganic salts that are more precious than the ones sold at the pharmacies, but above all the alive iodine, which act positively on the thyroid gland without the problems deriving from the dead iodine (the one inserted artificially in the iodized salts). It has a stronger salt power compared to the normal kitchen salt, so smaller quantities of salt will be needed with benefits on health, moreover the packaging is designed in order not to let slip the posit element of salt, which are volatile and photosensitive. Available in two formats Raw Sea Salt Picked by Shoulder - Cuor di Sale - Salinagrande and Thin Raw Sea Salt Picked by shoulder - Cuordisale - Salinagrande.
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In Italy there are many pasta producers, but Pasta Bossolasco distinguish itself from almost all the others. The company its unicity resides in the forward looking choice of starting from the cultivation of own wheat, and following the entire process until the packaging. This allows the producer to not only to realize an high quality pasta, selecting the most adapt and genuine qualities of wheat, but also a total transparency towards the customers, making them aware of the product they’re buying. Today we’re giving you a simple, classic recipe appreciated for its taste all around the world: the spaghetti with clams. Ingredients: Spaghetti - Pasta Bossolasco, clams, white wine, Organic extra virgin olive oil - Adamo, Red Garlic from Nubia, parsley, Coarse sea salt of Trapani Clean the clams putting them in a bowl full of water for almost an hour. In a large pan put a garlic clove and a drizzle of EVO oil, stir fry, and add the clams, a while later add 1\4 glass of white and make the alcoholic part evaporate. As soon as the clams will open turn down the gas and shell them (leave some in their shells for esthetic if you want to). Cook the spaghetti in boiling salted water for 2 minutes less than it is written on the box. Finish the cooking of the spaghetti in the pan used before with the water released by the clams, in the end add the chopped parsley and amalgamate for the last time.
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This is probably the best period for a dish of tagliatelle with mushrooms, isn't it? So, if you want to make you recipe really unforgettable we suggest you to use Tagliatelle (egg pasta)- Caponi, an excellence among the artisanal Italian egg pasta. Indeed what makes this company products unique are the 24 yolks used per kg of flour, taking this pasta to another level. Ingredients: Tagliatelle (egg pasta)- Caponi, porcini mushrooms, Butter - Az. Agricola Frascio, Olio Extravergine di Oliva Garda Bresciano DOP BIOLOGICO - Podere dei Folli, Red garlic from Nubia, parsley, Coarse sea salt of Trapani, black pepper. Recipe: Cook the pasta in boiling salted water for 2/3 minutes. Meanwhile stir fry the mushrooms in a a pan with a garlic clove and EVO oil adding chopped parsley at the end seasoning with salt and black pepper Drain the tagliatelle, put them with the mushrooms and amalgamate them with some butter with truffle.
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When cold comes Italian cuisine is never found unprepared, above all in the North Italy culinary traditions. Today we're introducing you the typical recipe of the company native city, Brescia,which is the "Spiedo Bresciano". Maybe this plate isn't famous all over the world yet, but we assure you it is a real deliciousness when cooked in the right way using genuine meat and products. This plate is basically a selection of different kind of meats (rigorously from Italy) put on spits cooked in a specific machinery which makes the spits rotating and cooked with embers. Ingredients: pork loin rolled (the so called mombolini); chicken breast, thighs and wings; rabbit; small birds (you have to control which spices are forbidden); Butter - Az. Agricola Frascio; Lardo - La Cinta di Guido, Coarse sea salt of Trapani. Put the meats alternating the pieces with some slices of lard. Cook the meat pouring the melted butter on continuously for 5 hours (put a small pot under the hole from which the melt butter comes out from the machinery pouring it again and again). The result will be an amazingly tender and tasty meat served with cornmeal mush, the ideal for a winter Sunday lunch. Wine pairing: Groppello Garda Classico D.O.P. BIO organic - Podere Dei Folli.
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If you have ever visited central Italy it's impossibile that you haven't come across a a shop or food truck selling a magnificent sandwich with Porchetta. It is difficult to establish precisely the year of the born of this product, but it was surely invented before the Romans. This recipe has reached its highest expression in a small village in the province of Rome called Ariccia, that nowadays, thanks to this gastronomic excellence, has an important place in the most famous culinary guides and books. What mainly characterizes the Porchetta di Ariccia IGP is the awsome crunchiness of the bacon rind, obtained thanks to a precise cooking. The meats used come exclusively from porks born, bred and butchered in Italy and are perfectly balanced in a 70-30% proportion between the thin and the fat parts. It is season using only products cultivated in Italy as rosemary, garlic, fennel seeds, finally a lot of black pepper and good sea salt. All the Ariccia porchetta producers would agree that the best way to appreciate this product is a simple sandwich, in this case "less is more". So we're giving you our personal recipe: sandwich with Porchetta di Ariccia IGP, argula and home made mayonnaise. Firstly toast 2 slices of a good Stonebaked organic Pugliese type bread - Forno Astori. Meanwhile in a mixer put two eggs and turn on the mixer adding the seeds oil little by little. When the mayonnaise will be beaten add some Sicilian lemons Verdelli juice and season with some salt (and a touch of mustard too if you like it). Put the mayonnaise on the lower slice of bread, then the arugula and finally abundant porchetta. With this sandwich we recommend to drink a decise character beer like OI Beer.
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When you're walking along the streets or in a park at the end of October you will find yourself immersed in a yellow, orange and brownish landscape due to the fallen leaves. These colors reminds us that Autumn is the best season for the Mantua Pumpkin (Zucca Mantovana), which is unquestionably the Italian best one. Its origins in Italy dates back to many centuries ago, when it was imported from Asia and the New World. Usually pumpkin is well known for the outstanding tortelli stuffing, but today we're giving you a different recipe: Mezze maniche cacio e pepe with pumpkin cream and crispy ossocollo. Ingredienti: Mezze maniche Mancini, Mantua Pumpkin (Zucca Mantovana), Ossocollo ( Capocollo ) - Salumificio Lovison, Aloise - Extra Virgin Olive Oil from Apulia Agriè, Pecorino Sardo con caglio vegetale - Dolce di cardo stagionato 6 mesi - Azienda Agricola Mureddu Aru, Coarse sea salt of Trapani, black pepper. First cut the pumpkin into pieces and put it into the oven for 20 minutes. When its pulp will be soft remove it from the skin and put it into a mixer adjusting with salt and evo oil. Put the mezze maniche into salted boiling water for half the time it is written on the box. Meanwhile cut the ossocollo into small pieces and cook until crispy in a frying pan with a little evo oil. When the pasta will be a half of its cooking time drain it preserving the pasta water, so finish the cooking in a pan where before it was toasted some black pepper adding gradually the pasta water. When it will be ready turn the fire off and mantecate with the grated pecorino and some black pepper. Take a soup plate, put the pumpkin cream at the bottom, so the pasta and finally the crispy ossocollo with a last dust of black pepper.
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Today we're going to introduce you one of the greatest classics of the Northern Italy cuisine: his majesty the Risotto alla Milanese. The legend says that the birth of this recipe dates back to 1574. Indeed it was created during a wedding banquet as a kind of joke due to the passion of the bride's dad, a famous painter of Flemish origin, for the yellow colour. But surprisingly all the guests came up to fell in love with this unusual combination. Now we're going to give you our personal recipe. Ingredients: Carnaroli Rice Principato di Lucedio, Saffron from San Gimignano - IL Vecchio Maneggio, white onions, calf osso buco, Butter - Az. Agricola Frascio, white wine, meat broth (in this case we used the one obtained from the boiled meat we cooked the day before), Parmigiano Reggiano DOP, flour, Thin Raw Sea Salt Picked by shoulder - Cuordisale - Salinagrande. First mince the white onion and put it in a pan with some butter. When it will be golden add the ossibuchi and down them on both sides seasoning with salt. Then simmer some white wine turning up the fire to make alcohol evaporate until reduced, so add some meat broth and make it cook for one hour and a half nearly. Take some chopped up onion and make it brownish with some butter in a pan, add the rice to make it toast for 1\2 minutes. Pour with the meat broth and make it cook for the time written in the box. Almost at the end add the saffron pistils. Cream with some butter and parmesan, finally take a soup plate, put the risotto ad the bottom flattening it out and put an ossobuco on it.
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Appetizers are the ideal course to stimulate fantasy in the kitchen and try different taste within the same meal, going from cold cuts and meat from raw fish and vegetables. Today we're giving you a good idea for a tasty, fresh but also healthy appetizer: shrimps tartare with avocado sauce, zucchini and carasau bread. Ingredients: fresh shrimps, avocado, lime, Red onion Tropea / Montoro Onions (second season) or Red garlic from Nubia, Organic extra virgin olive oil - Adamo, Fine sea salt, black pepper, zucchini, Carasau bread. Clean the shrimps taking out the intestines, then cut them into very small pieces. Put some pieces of the minced shrimps together between 2 sheets of oven paper and flatten with a meat mallet, so put the tartare in the freezer until they will be served. For the avocado sauce is better use an avocado as mature as possibile (it will be softer), so peel the avocado e put its pulp in the mixer together with some lime juice, minced onion or garlic (less), Evo oil, salt and black pepper. Cut the zucchini (or any seasonal vegetable you like) into small cubes and stir fry them in a pan with some evo oil seasoning them with black pepper. Finally take the tartare out of the freezer and put it on a flat plate, place the zucchini and carasau bread on, while the avocado sauce beside to garnish.
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Every country has its own traditional Sunday lunch. Italy has a so much various and different culinary histories and origin, today we're giving you the Sicily traditional Sunday lunch recipe: Anellini alla 'Ncasciata, a dish whose origin dates back to the Arabian reign in Sicily during the IX century. Ingredients: Anellini - Pastificio Campo, Tomato purré - Masseria Dauna, Minced Fassona beef from Piedmont - Macelleria Mastra Alebardi, aubergines, Parmigiano Reggiano DOP, Red garlic from Nubia, Red onion Tropea / Montoro Onions (second season), Organic extra virgin olive oil - Adamo, Raw Sea Salt Picked by Shoulder - Cuordisale - Salinagrande, black pepper. First cook the anellini in salted boiling water for 3 minutes less than how is written on the box. Then make brownish a clove of garlic and some minced onion with some Evo oil, so add the tomato sauce and make it cook for 2\3 minutes. Make some meatballs with the minced meat adding salt, pepper, parsley and fry them. Cut the aubergines in wedges and fry them too. Put all the ingredients together in a baking tray amalgamating them and add on the top grated parmesan and grated bread to obtain a great gratinèed crust. Finally put in the oven at 180 degree for 30 minutes and serve them hot.
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Today we're going to give you an idea for a dish suit for a good degustation menù. What does this stand for? This kind of menù, contrary to the traditional four dishes of a complete meal at most, is made up of several little courses, this is made to allow the palate to taste more flavors than usual and travel through different consistencies, cooking techniques and products. Today's recipe is: fried breaded provola affumicata, raw scampi and grilled zucchini with tomato Ingredients: Smoked Buffalo Provola from Battipaglia - Caseificio Esposito, fresh scampi, zucchini, San Marzano tomatoes DOP - Agrigenus, Pachino Cherry Tomatoes, eggs, grated bread, Red garlic from Nubia, Organic extra virgin olive oil - Adamo, Italian Basil (Genoese) Pot Plant 10cm - Orto mio, Fine sea salt. First shell the fresh scampi and clean them eliminating the intestines. Dry a little the buffalo smoked provola from the milk, then put in the beaten eggs end finally in the grated bread, so put the croquettes in the freezer in order to make the breading more solid. Cut the zucchini in very fine slices using a potato peeler and then grill them (as they will be very thin it will takes very fewer time than usual). For the tomato sauce use 50% agrigenus tomatoes and 50% ciliegini tomatoes, make them cook for half an hour at low fire with a garlic clove (which then you will remove), evo oil, sea salt and some basil leaves. After 30 minutes put all in the mixer and blend it, then pass in small colander. Just before you serve the dish start to fry the breaded smoked provola in frying oil. Finally dish up everything as you see in the image.
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The orecchiette are the Apulia pasta par excellence, and who could be a better orecchiette producer than Benedetto Cavalieri? In fact not only Cavalieri is a high quality pasta producers well known all over the gastronomic world, it is really an Apulia producers, in fact its headquarters are in Lecce. The rigorous selection of the raw materials grown in the hills between Apulia and Basilicata and the use of the delicate method for the pasta production have make the final product unique and delicious. Today we're giving you a recipe that includes this particular kind of pasta: Orecchiette with dried tomatoes, taggiasche olives and buffalo ricotta cream. Ingredients: Orecchiette Cavalieri, Under the Sicilian sun dried tomatoes, Olive taggiasche denocciolate - Pexto, Ricotta di Bufala (Buffalo Ricotta) - Caseificio Artigianale Esposito, Organic extra virgin olive oil - Adamo, Raw Sea Salt Picked by Shoulder - Cuordisale - Salinagrande, Sicilian lemons Verdelli. Firstly put the orecchiette in boiling salted water and look at the cooking time on the package. Meanwhile in a pan with a little EVO oil make the dried tomato and olive cook for 1\2 minutes. Take a bowl putting the ricotta in, season it with some grated lemon zest and then blend it adding a little of milk. When the orecchiette will be ready, drain them. Put the buffalo ricotta cream at the base of a soup plate, then the orecchiette and finally the dried tomatoes and olives.
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Anchovies anciently were one of the most popular fish as when they're put under salt they can not only last for a very long time, but they also become better with the passing of time. Nowadays Agostino Recca carries on the old traditions and methods trough his company in Sicily (Sciacca). Every process is hand made as Agostino believes that "machines can't distinguish between a good anchovy and a bad one, but these women can", as he said in a interview on a BBC special. So today we're going to give you a recipe whose protagonist are Fillets of Anchovies - Agostino Recca: Spaghetti with butter and anchovies. Ingredienti: Linguine di Gragnano - Pastificio Dei Campi (we're going to use linguine instead of spaghetti today), Fillets of Anchovies - Agostino Recca, Butter - Az. Agricola Frascio, Red garlic from Nubia, Organic extra virgin olive oil - Adamo, Raw Sea Salt Picked by Shoulder - Cuordisale - Salinagrande and a red hot chili pepper, bread. First put the pasta in boiling salted water for half the time it is written on the box. Meanwhile cut the anchovies into small pieces (3 anchovies per person) and put some olive oil, the minced anchovies, a garlic clove and a little minced red hot chili pepper in a pan and make them stir fry. When the linguine will be at half cooking dry them conserving the boiling water, so you have make the pasta cook in the pan used before adding the boiling water gradually (not too much , it has not even to cover the past) until the pasta will be cooked at the right level (al dente of course). Take the pan off the fire, at this point the pasta will be creamy and savory, but to make it more creamy add some butter and amalgamate as it is a risotto, the result will be outstanding. As a final touch toast some minced bread (not too thinly) and garnish with it to add crunchiness and a toasted flavor.
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Sea urchin is a very popular and fine seafood, thanks to its taste which embodies the essence and freshness of the sea. Eggs are the only part of the sea urchin that is eaten, so only the female is edible. If you want to it it fresh you have to eat the same day it is caught, so the sea urchin pulp is normally frozen immediately after the sea urchins caught in order to maintain the fresh taste as much as possible. Today we're giving you a classic recipe which will make you appreciate and enhance the sea urchins: "Spaghetti ai ricci di mare". Ingredients: Spaghetti - Pasta Bossolasco, Frozen sea urcin pulp - La Bottarga di Tonno Group, Organic extra virgin olive oil - Adamo, Red garlic from Nubia, Coarse sea salt of Trapani, red hot chili pepper, parsley. First make the water boil, add sea salt and then the pasta (the minutes are written on the box). Meanwhile, in a frying pan, put some evo oil, an unpeeled clove of garlic and some red hot chili pepper making them brown and putting the garlic clove off when it is ready. One minute before it is ready drain the spaghetti and conserve 1\2 glasses of the boiling water, so stir fry the pasta in the frying pan with the flavored oil and add the pasta water. Amalgamate for a minute (until the water evaporates) as the water will release the pasta amid which will make your spaghetti creamy in a natural way. Only in the end add the sea urchin pulp as it only needs warming and not cooking, finally garnish with some minced parsley.
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Why eating healthy always should mean tasteless? Of course we don't think so, and we will prove it giving you a recipe that is both healthy and tasty. It's all up to the raw material you use, in fact Tumminia pasta, differently from most of the other varieties of pasta, derives from an ancient Sicilian wheat which not only has a lot of benefits on our body, but is has also an unique and outstanding aroma which will make you fell in love with this product. So here's today's recipe: Semi-wholemeal Tumminia wheat Tagliatelle - Fastuchera with seasonal vegetables. Ingredients: 300g of tagliatelle fastuchera, seasonal vegetables (today we're using aubergines, zucchini, onions, fava beans and cherry tomatoes), Organic extra virgin olive oil - Adamo, Raw Sea Salt Picked by Shoulder - Cuordisale - Salinagrande, black pepper. Firstly cut the vegetables in small pieces, take a pan and make them stir fry together with a little EVO oil and seasoning with salt and black pepper. Then put the tagliatelle in boiling salted water for 3 minutes, then drain them saving a little of the boiling water. Put the tagliatelle in the pan finishing the cooking with the vegetables adding the cooking water (1\2 spoonfuls) for one minute nearly. If you want a touch of extra flavor you can add some mature salted sheep's ricotta.
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One of the principles of our company philosophy is always use what nature gives you without forcing it, because eating and cooking seasonal vegetables is fundamental in order to have the healthiest and best tasty diet as possible. So we're giving you a recipe whose protagonist a typical Italian summer vegetable: the courgette flower. Courgette flowers have been cooking as a summer delicacies for centuries, mostly in the central-southern regions of Italy. They are considered one of the first street food of the history, they're cooked in different ways from region to region but all of them were fried. Today we're giving you our recipe for delicious stuffed courgette flowers fried in batter. Ingredients: courgette flowers; 110 g of Organic flour soft wheat type 0; 100 ml of ice-cold Blonde Beer Ale Tavolara - CONTE DE QUIRRA or Sparkling water and a pinch of yeast, 100g of Ricotta di Bufala (Buffalo Ricotta) - Caseificio Artigianale Esposito, some Extra anchovy fillets in oil Extra virgin olive oil - Mare Puro, Organic extra virgin olive oil - Adamo, black pepper, Raw Sea Salt Picked by Shoulder - Cuordisale - Salinagrande First let's make the batter: amalgamates in a bowl the flour and the beer\water and yeast using a whisk. For the stuffing cut the anchovy fillets in rough and not too small pieces and mix them with the buffalo ricotta and season with some black pepper and e little EVO oil. Then stuff the courgette flowers, immerge them in the batter, deep fry them in frying oil, when they will be ready dry them and season with some sea salt.
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Not all the people know that Sicilian red tuna fishing is regulated by a EU disciplinary, in which only few fishermen for every nation,and only during certain short periods of the year, are allowed fish pre-determined quantities of red tuna which are controlled and certified. In fact if you will buy our Sicilian fresh red tuna we will attach the ICCAT certificate too. As in these days the fishing period of red tuna has just started we are suggesting you a very simple but delicious tuna recipe which needs and will exalt the real taste of red tuna and its extreme freshness : the tuna tartare Ingredients: an extremely fresh red tuna slice, extra virgin olive oil (a delicate one is recommended in order not to cover the tuna taste), Thin Raw Sea Salt Picked by shoulder, white pepper, fresh mint and a few Sicilian lemon skin. Cut the red tuna into small cubes, marinate the tuna with EVO oil, a few lemon skin and white pepper. Then adjust with a pinch of raw sea salt and minced fresh mint an serve it with a new pouring of oil.
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Sea salt with the Slow Food quality mark
The salt flats of the Consorzio Sale Natura are true factories of the wind and the sun. Here the pure salt is obtained from the clear Sicilian sea water. The sea salt by Consorzio Sale Natura compaired to conventional salts contains less sodium and more oligominerals. So you can use less salt but having a salty taste, which promotes health and does not affect the taste of food.

- 25/08/2014 -



Sea salt from Trapani - precious natural crystals
The natural sea salt from Trapani is extracted in a beautiful nature reserve. In this nature reserve live herons, egrets and pink flamingos. The sea salt is obtained by the simple evaporation of sea water. For this purpose, the water is filled in different sized pool and sun and wind evaporate the water. What remains is a natural product that is rich in minerals.

- 31/01/2014 -

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