Also called "music paper bread" is a thin and crispy traditional flat bread from Sardinia.
Thanks to its particular method of preparation, this bread keeps fresh and crispy for a long time, making it a staple favourite choice for the shepherds who spent long periods on the mountains.
Just like our original music paper bread, this variety of crisp bread is the traditional staple in Sardinia. It's made with rosemary, olive oil, and is slightly salted.
Known as “Sardinian caviar” this "super food" comes from the roe of grey mullet and it's preserved 100% naturally. Traditionally, it still forms our staple diet as it did centuries ago, when the Phoenicians and Carthaginians took it on their long sea voyages to keep healthy and well nourished. Rich in essential omega 3 and other proteins.
Raw cured sardinian ham
This mature ricotta is made from our sheeps'milk that are raised on our picturesque pastures.
It is soft and buttery, quite solid and extremely tasty, with tantalising aromatic scents.
"Su Cunfettu" is a typical cake of our zone. An healthy and genuine product and at the same time very tasty. It consists just of almonds, sardinian honey, Orange peel.
Olive oil and the athlete share a rich and celebrated history. Used to anoint athletes’ bodies before exercise and the games, olive oil was also the prize of victory. Olive oil was revered by the ancients who understood the depth of its value, and today’s athletes have rediscovered that wisdom and are putting it to practice.
At its most basic, olive oil provides energy, something athletes never want to be without. Compared to the sedentary who should consume no more than 15% of their calories from fat, athletes need anywhere from 20%-30%. This is true for both endurance and high intensity sports. Fat is the body’s main fuel during low intensity lengthy endeavors like triathlons and marathons, but it’s just as necessary for high intensity sports too. Carbohydrates may be the central fuel for high intensity activities but without fat, carbohydrate energy cannot be released.
Almonds are a good source of many vitamins and minerals, including vitamin E, some B vitamins, magnesium, and manganese. They also contain healthy fats, protein, and fiber. In particular, almonds are high in the amino acid arginine, which is a precursor to nitric oxide. The combination of these nutrients means almonds have a strong potential to be beneficial for athletes.
They may possess unique properties that will increase your endurance performance.
There’s a delicious white sweet produced in our island since ages by skilfully mixing three simple ingredients: honey, egg white and almonds
Fregula (also fregola) is a type of pasta from Sardinia. It is similar to North African Berkoukes and Israeli ptitim. Fregula comes in varying sizes, but typically consists of semolina dough that has been rolled into balls 2–3 mm in diameter and toasted in an oven.