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I Mori, paté – 180g

I Mori is a delicious paté where black olives, sun-dried tomatoes and basil make a perfect match. To be used as a dip, a spread or a condiment its name derives from the Moorish, term originally used to refer to the Berbers and other peoples of the ancient Roman region of Mauretania in present-day North Africa who invaded and dominated Sicily and Spain for a couple of centuries.

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A staple food of the Mediterranean diet, the tomato owes its appearance on European soil to the Spanish conquistadors.
Although the tomato, originally from Central and South America, arrived in Europe in 1540, it only began to take hold in the second half of the 1600s. Soon, the cultivation of the vegetable spread like wildfire and, finding more favourable climatic conditions, the tomato changed its appearance from golden yellow (hence the name golden apple) to its current ruby red colour.
It was not until the 1700s that the cultivation of tomatoes for food purposes began. In fact, until the 18th century, the tomato was only cultivated as an ornamental plant because its fruit (yellow-skinned at the time) was considered toxic and poisonous.

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True black, uncoloured olives really do have many shades of colour: from brown to reddish, usually never uniform in colour, as nature creates. Black olives are picked when the fruit is fully ripe on the trees, which is why the colour is so different. Green olives are harvested before they are fully ripe, leaving them with a firmer flesh and a stronger flavour. The olive is initially always green and its colour is due to the presence of chlorophylls, but as ripening progresses the colour of the skin changes to pink-purple and at the end of ripening, due to the formation of anthocyanins, the colour turns black.
Olives are very versatile in cooking and, besides being exceptionally good and tasty, they are rich in antioxidant and anti-inflammatory nutrients and are a wonderful source of healthy gut bacteria.

I Mori is perfect as a dip, a spread or as a condiment for pasta, meat or fish.

black olives, sun-dried tomatoes, extra virgin olive oil, sunflower oil, basil.

energy 2218KJ – 539 kcal
total fat 59 g of which satured fat 5,6 g
total carbohydrates 5gr of which sugars 4,3g
dietary fiber 3.0 g
proteins 2,2 g
sodium 0,12 g

Store in a cool, dry place at a temperature of around 10°.
Once opened, cover with oil, keep in the fridge and consume within 4/5 days.

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