The product

Riso Carnaroli Integrale 'Riserva San Massimo'

100% Carnaroli brown rice, grown in a nature reserve
Code:
93776
Country of origin: **
Italy - Lombardy
Weight:
1 kg
Minimum order:
1 piece
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Description 100% Carnaroli whole grain rice, grown in the fields scattered among the woods of the San Massimo Reserve, in the Ticino Park, in Lombardy
Appearance The beans have a characteristic hazelnut color and a natural tone that derives from the removal of only the external peel of the grain, the so-called husk or glumella; this type of refining allows to maintain all the organoleptic and nutritional qualities of rice such as: fibers, proteins and carbohydrates, without the use of chemicals
Curiosity Carnaroli rice from Riserva San Massimo is born in the heart of the Ticino Park, in the municipality of Gropello Cairoli (PV). An uncontaminated environment which extends over about 400 hectares. The natural spaces are interspersed with agricultural areas, rows of fruit trees, rotting meadows and poplar groves. An environment rich in water and biodiversity, where many animal and plant species coexist. The most fertile fields are used for production of the authentic Carnaroli, grown despite the limited yield, the long production times and the great difficulty of production.
Our selection This rice is born inside the San Massimo Reserve, in the heart of the Ticino Park, in fields irrigated by abundant spring water and comes worked with sustainable techniques for health and the environment. The production process takes place completely in the traditional way. The drying is carried out at low temperatures with a modern methane gas system. The rice is then stored in ventilated silos, such as once, without any preservatives, then it is piled in small batches. Packaging takes place in a protected atmosphere
Suggestions It is a rice suitable for the best cold risottos and rice salads due to its great gastronomic qualities, in particular the low stickiness and the excellent resistance of cooking. The cooking time for 100g is 35-40 minutes, for 400g it is 40-45 minutes
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Ingredients 100% Carnaroli rice
Weight 1 kg
Packaging Packed in protective atmosphere in bags of triple-layer film
Storage Conditions (packaged products) Keep at a temperature below +20 °C
Instructions for use To be consumed after cooking (at least 40 minutes)
Country of origin of the primary ingredient Italia
Nutrition Declaration Energy: 1395 kJ / 329 kcal
Fat: 2,2 g
of which saturates: 0,4 g
Carbohydrate: 69,4 g
of which sugars: 2,6 g
Protein: 7,8 g
Salt: 0 g
Typical value per 100 g
The producer

Riserva San Massimo - Gropello Cairoli (PV) - Lombardy

Why we chose them
The Riserva San Massimo was born in the heart of Ticino park: a natural environment (space) where the intensive farming hasn't change the environmental conformation. Natural spaces are divided by agricultural areas, fruit tree row, lawn and popular trees. This space is rich of water (spring, swamp) and biodiversity, where there are a lot of types of animals and plants: the Riserva of Guido Antonello was identified as a Community Interest Site. Only 100 hectares is used to the Carnaroli production (only the most fertile fields). The whole production process, from threshing to packing, takes place according to the traditional way. Low temperatures are used to the drying through a modern natural gas machinery that don't break grains and above all don't leave traces of combustible into the rice. The rice is stored into ventilated silos without any noxious preservative. The rice is piled in a little plot of land to promise more freshness and the conservation of all organoleptic quality. This operation is made with old machineries that are the "Amburgo" (Hamburg) type where the refining process is done at low intensity.
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