Here I am!
I want to tell a story about how to be healthy: “Cum grano salis”–only a pinch of salt. Throughout my life, I have always looked for things that make me feel well while adding a pinch of salt, or some spices. Here are some recipes, dating back to when the Italian pharmacist would sell herbs and spices. They will help to explore new worlds that lead the person to know himself better and to eat healthier food.
Too much salt can be unhealthy, but a pinch can make the difference. That is also true for other foods, particularly animal derivatives that people eat in large quantities. They often forget the benefits from eating vegetables. The old common traditional Italian recipes are for the most part made of vegetables. I want to share with you my fantastic trip discovering those marvelous places where these recipes were born. We will also visit other foreign countries and learn about their use of vegetables. I enjoy creating new dishes and I will share some of my favorites. We will take herbs and spices while going for walks. Some come from afar and others come from my country. At any rate, the result will be choosing what is good for our lives.
Roberta Rossi Brunori
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2013 – Master – Second level – in “Cosmetic and Dermatological Products Science” – Camerino University;
2009 – Three-year course in “Health Counseling” – Coinema School, Rome;
2007 – Three-year course and diploma in “Photography” – Ettore Rolli School, Rome;
2004 – Three-year course and diploma in “Herbal and Medical Plants,” – Tuscia University, Viterbo;
2001- Degree in Pharmacy, Sapienza University, Rome.
“Get out from your house, from your cave, from your car, from the place you feel safe, from the place that you are. Get out and go running, go funning, go wild, get out from your head and get growing, dear child.”