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Bayleaf

Whether it is used on the head of a newly graduated student as a laurel wreath or in
a consumer’s stomach as bay leaf, bay laurel remains a pleasure.
Since ancient times it is known for its beneficial properties:
antiseptic, antioxidant and digestive, thanks to eugenol and limonene.
Its fresh leaves are rich in mineral salts like potassium, copper, calcium,
manganese, iron, selenium, zinc and magnesium.
The dried leaves are instead rich in Vitamin C.

 

It gives our Pancetta an enticing aroma.

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