FISH: PESCI

RAINBOW TROUT FROM GARFAGNANA

Italian Name:

Trota Iridea

Classifcation:

PAT

Production Area:

The area of Garfagnana, Tuscany

Sold as filets, trout is a food rich of Omega-3 fatty acids yet has a low cholesterol level. This fish is very digestible and is rich in proteins and essential amino acids. It is very suitable for children and those who are on low-calorie diets.

BROWN TROUT

Italian Name:

Trota Fario

Classifcation:

PAT

Production Area:

The region of Emilia-Romagna

The brown trout is the most sought-after fish and has been the subject of artificial repopulation. The Mediterranean strain of the brown trout is found native in some parts of the Apennine streams in the province of Reggio Emilia. A careful policy of conservation and selective reintroduction pursued by the province of Reggio Emilia has been put in place to protect these fish. This product can be consumed fresh after being filleted or dried and stored. The brown trout pairs well with local white wines and with farro.

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