- Preserved Capers
- Glass jar 212 gr
May 2020, there has been the creation of the new PDO Aeolian Capers. The production of this new PDO currently stands at 600-700 quintals a year and about half comes from Salina.
Caper is a wild plant, stunning and amazingly fragranced. Did you know Italian capers used to grow on the Roman Aurelian walls and still do? These walls are almost 13k long, have protected “the eternal city” for centuries
Capers are usually preserved in salt, so, before being consumed, they must be subjected to a procedure known as “Desalting”
Capers are the bud of a little shrub: pickled immature flower buds of the Capparis spinosa bush, Capperi’s plants are easily to recognize because of their beautiful white or pink flowers.
Capers are the unopened buds of the plant, and they can be sold under salt, under oil or vinegar. It is very important to know how and the tricks and tips to disalate Capers under salt.
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- Preserved vegetables in glass jars
- Capers – 305 gr
- Sundried Tomatoes – 350 gr
- Artichokes – 350 gr
- Gourmet Gift Box
- pesto with broccoli and trunip plants
- Modena origin
- 190 gr
- Meal kit for 2 servings
- All the ingredients inside + recipe
- Easy to cook
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