Our entire farm is thoroughly inspected at regular intervals and is certified by an independent body, Ecocert. Food produced on the farm Morgan must be produced in accordance with demanding Ecocert standards to be certified organic.
Why eat organic?
The reasons are many:
- Physical well-being
- Emotional and mental and adult well-being of children
- Health of the planet
- Welfare of animals Read the rest of this entry »
Farm Yogurt Fageda is milk that has no more than 48 hours . We do not need preservatives or dyes. Pasteurization of milk at 95 ° C eliminates pathogens only. Yogurt contains live microorganisms that have beneficial effects on our intestinal flora and we help digestion. Read the rest of this entry »
On organic farms, cows are not tied or locked away from the prairies who like to graze. Horns of these cows are not cut, and naturally born calves. Farmers care for these cows according to rules which ensure that the animal will have a comfortable life and, thus, provide fresh milk and high quality. Read the rest of this entry »
The pizza is a popular preparation, let’s say, of Neapolitan origin , which has conquered the world with its simple formula, it is uncooked, originally a baker’s oven, a cake of bread dough garnished with tomato coulis added with parmesan or mozzarella and seasoned with herbs.You can find more in pizza delivery.
On the origin of its name is not all that, there are many theories, including one in which he says comes from a verb meaning “to put spicy seasoning “, the same that gave its name to a spicy mixture of tomato sauce, strips of pepper, herbs (thyme, marjoram, bay leaf) and garlic, used for pasta, or grilled pork chops, called ” the pizzaiola “or this one that claims to be from the old German word” bizzopizzo “which means bite and piece of bread, and others that comes from the word” pinsa “, participle of a Latin verb meaning old thrust (crushing and grinding).
In classic cuisine also called pizza, a tart or puff pastry, garnished simply with tomato puree, olives and anchovies. Read the rest of this entry »
Chicken meat from farms that are banned genetically modified feed first appeared in a supermarket in Austria thanks to the efforts of many organizations ‘green’ and associations for the protection of consumer rights, communicate today Greenpeace Austria. “Since early January 2012, in the country’s main poultry feed are only used free of genetically modified organisms. Read the rest of this entry »