A fusion of artichokes and black olives
that will surprise you
“Which crackers do you use for dipping?”
Our nutritionist highlights that
the Mediterranean diet is a healthy-eating pattern common to all Mediterranean countries and it is characterised, among other things, by the abundance of consumption of plant-based food. Fruit and vegetables are the main source of vitamins, minerals and fibre in our diet and at the same time, they provide a great quantity of water, The usual recommendation for fibre is to consume 25 to 30 grams a day. The vast majority of the Spanish population does not manage this so we should try to encourage people to eat whole fruit, make sure that the cereals and their bi-products that we eat are wholemeal and include vegetables in all our main dishes and pulses several times a week. The presentation and colours of the dishes are very important. The recipes from La Piara’s Vegetable Garden will help you put together an attractive dish and stop you getting stuck in a rut!