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FROM THE LAND TO THE DISH. What do we traditionally grow in our area? The Xarxa Productes de la Terra is a voluntary group of local entities and particulars.

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1 FROM THE LAND TO THE DISH

2 What do we traditionally grow in our area? The Xarxa Productes de la Terra is a voluntary group of local entities and particulars promoted and coordinated by the Barcelona Provincial Council, in order to strengthen the growth and use of local alimentary products of the land and the sea of Barcelona province.

3 Vallès Occidental Distinguished with regard to food quality brands, the Vallès Occidental has the beans with PDO (Protected Designation of Origin) and the Beef from Sabadell, with Mark Q. As for types of production, there are a total of 43 producers local estates that have the label (Catalan Council organic farming), and the Bread of Saint Julian with PI (Integrated Production).

4 Cabbage paperina The form is oval. The leaves have a pointed ending. Its color is green and yellow. It has an intense flavor but also soft and sweet. It has seven or eight leaves and we eat them boiled.

5 This variety of unknown origin is grown in the Agricultural Park in Sabadell. Its production is characteristic for the use of organic fertilizer (manure), and is a dry product collected in early July. Their flavor is more intense, which differentiates it from other varieties of chickpeas. Menut chickpeas

6 Dry beans del Ganxet Dry beans with flattened form and a hook (ganxet) at one end that is characteristic and hence its name. White and medium sized they have a creamy texture and are easily digested.

7 Pink tomato It has got thick and fleshy walls. It is sweet and very tasty. This tomato is green outside and pink or red inside. Pink tomato takes about two months to grow.

8 Ciri apples They have a brownish color. They have a characteristic flavor because they are a little bit acid. They must be picked in October, after that it is necessary to wrap them in fern leaves during two months so they get the typical yellow color. These apples are very typical for Christmas.

9 Cottage cheese Ullastrell Cheese made with goat pasteurized milk. For more than 25 years the farm in Ullastrell, has made this cottage cheese following the traditional process of preparing the authentic Catalan cottage cheese. The milk comes from a herd of local goats, a very special race, valued for the high quality of their milk.

10 Virgin olive oil fromUllastrell Olive oil made ​​ from Arbequina olive, cultivated in Ullastrell. Bright yellow. 100% natural, dense and tasty, with aromas that remind of grass, tomato leaves and green almonds.

11 Mistela wine Mistelle is sometimes used as an ingredient in fortified wines, particularly Vermouth, Marsala and Sherry, though it is used mainly as a base for apéritifs. It is produced by adding alcohol to non-fermented or partially fermentes grape juice. The addition of alcohol stops the fermentation and, as a consequence Mistelle is sweeter than fully fermented grape juice in which the sugars turn to alcohol.

12 WINE ranci d’Ullastell This wine is a dry traditional liquor. Aged in oak barrels for at least 2 years it has an aftertaste of toasted almonds, old wood, and leather. It has fruity aromas and a goldish color. The type of grape used is sumoll variety.

13 Rubí beer Artisanal beer produced in Ruby since This is the first microcervesera Vallès Occidental and there are three types.


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