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Artichokes in Oil

Le Prandine In oil

The warmth of the sun, the solidity of the earth, the jagged shape created by its leaves. Tenderness and sweetness are the two perceptible characteristics on the palate.

Did you know that the artichoke note is part of the organoleptic description of our EVO oil?


Artichokes are able to regulate appetite, have diuretic effects and are recommended for keeping cholesterol, diabetes, hypertension, overweight and cellulite under control. Artichokes also have detoxifying properties, stimulate the liver, calm coughs and help purify the blood.
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PairingsHow to store it
One of the best ways to use artichokes in the kitchen is to consume them accompanied on a Mediterranean bruschetta or in a very fresh salad. But also sautéed in a Mediterranean pan, or for the filling of a delicious vegetable quiche.
How to store it
Keep in a cold and dry place. Once opened, keep refrigerated and consume it within 2 weeks.  



Originating from the Mediterranean region, artichokes are characterized by their rigid, spiky green leaves that enclose a tender and edible heart. This heart, along with the bottom part of the leaves, is the most prized portion of the artichoke, often prepared in various ways to create tasty and satisfying dishes

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