This is the classic ‘humid’ cooking method that, at low temperatures, allows you to cook foods without affecting any of the organoleptic and nutritious features and without losing hydrosoluble elements and minerals.
How can we eat healthy and in a wholesome, balanced and varied way that lets us get the most out of the freshness and and all the benefits nature offers us?
Ancient populations that inhabited islands and coast lines mainly lived off fish and this food, along with fruit and cereals, made up the initial ‘Mediterranean diet’.
Olive harvesting systems have a significant effect on the quality of the oil which comes from these berries. In the majority of cases, the olives fall to the ground as they mature and are collected from the ground for crushing.