Pickle says… We love travelling, one of the places we would absolutely love to visit is Venice. My Nana and Grandad visited last year whilst on a cruise and there are lots of mini breaks from the UK.
When looking closer at visiting Venice we have found one main reason to visit Venice (apart from everything else it has to offer) and it is PIZZA!
Oh goodness, do we LOVE pizza! We would absolutely love to visit Bella&Brava in Venice, the first pizzeria of its kind, offering healthy, high quality, nutritional and delicious Pizza, thanks to the teaming up of cooks and dieticians.
- This new concept is based on three things:
- ingredients: Bella&Brava selects raw materials of high quality from Italian suppliers with whom it shares its vision of environmental and social responsibility
- production process: Bella&Brava Pizza goes through a slow leavening process of the dough, followed by the lowering of the baking temperature by -18°,which preserves the nutritional properties of the ingredients. The pizza is then cooked in an electric oven in order to avoid the contamination of dangerous substances caused by the burning of the wood.
- sustainability: Bella&Brava only uses eco-friendly materials. Their cups, napkins, cutlery, bags, marketing material and Pizza boxes are all 100% biodegradable.
Bella&Brava offer six different kind of Pizza each of the same high quality. The ingredients of each Pizza are chosen to give a balanced and complete meal.
• Marinara: tomato passata, oregano, garlic flavoured olive oil
• Margherita: tomato passata, buffalo mozzarella, fresh basil
• Vegetariana: tomato passata, aubergine, courgette, pepper
• Capricciosa: tomato passata, artichokes, black olives, capers in oil, truffled mushrooms, soy tofu slices;
• Tonno e Cipolle: tomato passata, tuna slices, red onions, green olives, soy tofu slices;
• Venexiana: tomato passata, crab meat, rocket salad, lemon flavoured olive oil, green pepper.
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The idea of pizza that is healthy and good for the environment too is the best pizza I can imagine! I am definitely asking Mummy to visit here when we make it to Venice! I don’t think I will have much trouble persuading her!
Isn’t this a great reason to visit Venice? Can you share any reasons why you would like to visit too?