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Cibo Italiano . Let’s talk FOOD!!. The most important thing to know about food from Italy is that it is not simply ‘Italian’ but ‘REGIONALE’ (regional).

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let s talk food
Let’s talk FOOD!!
  • The most important thing to know about food from Italy is that it is not simply ‘Italian’ but ‘REGIONALE’ (regional).
  • Different regions in Italy are individually famous for their own signature dishes, the ingredients they use and the inspirations for their favourite meals.
  • Food in Italy is more than just something which you eat to stay alive and healthy, but is more a way of life, a luxury and a part of Italian culture.
wood fired pizza
Wood-fired Pizza

pasta fresca
Pasta Fresca

mediterranean diet
Mediterranean Diet

The commandments are:

  • Use olive oil as the main added fat (aim for around 60mls /day);
  • Eat vegetables with every meal (include 100g leafy greens and 100g tomatoes, and 200g other vegetables/day);
  • Include at least two legumes meals (250g serve) per week;
  • Eat at least two servings of fish (150-200g serves) per week
  • Eat smaller portions of meat (beef, lamb, pork and chicken) and less often (no more than once or twice a week);
  • Eat fresh fruit every day and dried fruit and nuts as snacks or dessert;
  • Eat yoghurt everyday (about 200g) and cheese in moderation (about 30 to 40 grams per day);
  • Include wholegrain breads and cereals with meals (aim for 3-4 slices of bread per day);
  • Have sweets or sweet drinks for special occasions only.
  • Cibo
  • Regionale
  • Toscana
  • Veneto
  • Abruzzo
  • Campania
  • Sicilia
  • Puglia
  • Pasta
  • Risotto
  • Pizza
  • Fagioli
  • Dolci
  • Fresca
  • Colazione
  • Pranzo
  • Cena