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Fennels in Oil

Le Prandine In oil

Green halo of thin tufts, apparently bristly, but with a soft heart.
Do you know why they say "run a marathon"? The Greek name Fennel (marathos), gave its name to the city of Marathon, from which a Greek soldier left to go to Athens and announce the good news, but died of exhaustion…


Fennel certainly won't give you the energy to run a marathon, but it is useful after running it. It is certainly a well-known vegetable above all for its "miraculous" effects. Fennel is extremely useful in solving digestive problems, also providing a diuretic-detoxifying and carminative action in case of intestinal problems such as mild spasms or helping to reduce the feeling of abdominal swelling. Thanks to the presence of vitamin C, it helps to strengthen the immune system, also carrying out an antioxidant action.
Aren't they properties you've heard before? Well yes, even olive oil carries with it a wealth of properties equal to those of fennel and if joined together in a dance in the kitchen, it is possible to create something inviting and delicious.
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PairingsHow to store itIngredients
In the kitchen they are often used as an accompaniment on cutting boards to enhance cold cuts and appetizers; they are also often eaten in salads or to flavor meat, such as roasts and game.
How to store it
 Keep in a cold and dry place. Once opened, keep refrigerated and consume within 2 weeks.
Fennel, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, White Wine Vinegar (contains sulphites), Spirit Vinegar, Sugar, Salt, Garlic, Spices and aromatic herbs, Natural flavors

Sweet tender fronds of fennel, consecrated to a single mission,
appreciated without attracting attention: replenish swallowtail caterpillars.
(Agostino Barletta)



Aromatic herbaceous plant used for both its leaves and its bulb. It's commonly used in cooking for its sweet and anise flavor, which can add a fresh and refreshing note to many dishes.

Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Extra Virgin Olive Oil is a type of high-quality olive oil obtained through the pressing of olives, without the use of chemical processes or refinement. It is considered the highest grade of olive oil in terms of purity and quality, and is widely appreciated for its rich and authentic flavor

White Wine Vinegar

Type of vinegar obtained from the fermentation of ethyl alcohol present in white wine. During the fermentation process, microorganisms transform the alcohol into acetic acid, which gives vinegar its characteristic sour taste

Spirit Vinegar

Type of vinegar produced through the fermentation of ethyl alcohol. Ethyl alcohol is the type of alcohol found in alcoholic beverages such as beer, wine, and spirits. The fermentation of ethyl alcohol is a biological process in which acetic acid bacteria convert the alcohol into acetic acid


Sweet substance primarily of plant origin, used to sweeten and flavor foods and beverages. The most common form of sugar is sucrose, which is composed of two simpler sugars, glucose and fructose, bonded together


Salt plays a crucial role in cooking, not only for its flavor but also because it is involved in regulating the body's water balance and performs vital functions such as transmitting nerve impulses and maintaining cellular osmotic balance


Plant belonging to the Alliaceae family, scientifically known as Allium sativum. It is widely used in cooking and possesses a characteristic pungent flavor and aroma. The edible parts of garlic are the bulbs, which are composed of small "cloves" or garlic segments enclosed in an outer skin

Spices and aromatic herbs

In addition to adding flavor and aroma to dishes, many of these spices and herbs also have beneficial health properties

Natural flavors

Aromatic substances extracted from plant or animal sources that are used to impart pleasant smells and tastes to foods, beverages, bath products, personal care items, and other goods