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Pastinaca root fine cut

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Latin Name: Pastinaca sativa
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Latin Name: Pastinaca sativa
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Pastinaca is a root vegetable closely related to carrot and parsley, although in appearance it looks like radish.

Its long tuberous root is pale yellow in color and can remain in the ground when ripe, as it becomes sweeter in taste.

Although in shape they look like carrots they have a sweeter taste, especially when cooked.

Used in boiled, soups, casserole dishes and gives a rich flavor.

Nutritionally, 100 g contains 75 calories (230 kJ) of energy.

It is rich in vitamins and minerals and is particularly rich in potassium with 375 mg per 100 g.

Pastinaca has potential health benefits.

It contains anti-oxidants and has anti-inflammatory and antifungal properties as well as a high fiber content that can help prevent constipation and lower blood cholesterol levels.


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Latin Name:
Pastinaca sativa
Products form:
Coarse cut
Taste characteristic:
  • Sweet taste


Store in a cool and dark place, away from sources of heat and humidity. After opening the package, store in a tightly sealed container.

Use spices and herbs to enhance the natural flavor of your ingredients, not to cover or hide them.
Many edible herbs and spices complement each other and can be mixed but we must avoid using too many different ones at the same time.
Use a dry spoon or other dispenser to remove the desired amount of spice from the package.

Do not sprinkle the spice in boiling water or dish directly from the package as the steam can reduce the strength of the spice remaining in the package and shorten its shelf life

There is no general rule for how much to use. The acidity and effect of each spice varies depending on the type of dish, so it is best to start with tried and tested recipes. Later we can adjust the amount of spices used according to our personal taste. In fact, there is a rule that: "in practice it will look perfect"!

When a recipe is not available, start with one ¼ teaspoon per 4 servings - about half a pound of meat or two cups of sauce or soup.
Reduce the initial amount to 1/8 teaspoon for more intense spices.

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