G.I.A. IL GELATO ITALIANO ARTIGIANALE

Calendar of professional collective workshops 2016

01-04 MarchItalian languageLingua italiana
22-25 MarchPortoguese language
12-15 AprilItalian languageLingua italiana
26-29 AprilPortoguese language
10-13 MayItalian languageLingua italiana
24-27 MayPortoguese language
07-10 JuneItalian languageLingua italiana
21-24 JunePortoguese language
06-09 SeptemberItalian languageLingua italiana
20-23 SeptemberPortoguese language
04-07 OctoberItalian languageLingua italiana
17-21 OctoberPortoguese language

Donkey’s Milk Ice Cream

Donkey’s milk contains less fat and is more nutritious than cow’s milk, it is a very valuable food and thanks to its high content of Omega 3 and fatty acids it reduces cholesterol.

Donkey’s milk is also very suitable for children because its composition is very similar to that of breast milk, it is also an ideal food for athletes and for the elderly owing to its integrator functions.

In the kitchen it is suitable for any type of consumer, for pastries, smoothies and even ice cream, and all those recipes that include milk vaccine preparations.

Even cosmetics enjoy the properties of asinine milk, this precious food reportedly helps to moisturize, nourish and soothe all kinds of derma, especially in presence of allergies.

Múcua Ice Cream

Adansonia digitata, commonly known as African Baobab, is a plant of the family Bombacaeae, and is widespread in a large part of Africa.

The pulp extracted from the shell of the fruit, Múcua, is rich in fiber, vitamins, minerals and amino acids, especially B vitamins and vitamins C and PP, fundamental for the development of the organism.

Salted Caramel Ice Cream

Caramel au Beurre Salé

Salted Butter Caramel, also known as “salidou“, is a French specialty which was born in 1977 by the skilled hands of a master chocolatier in Quiberon, the west coast of Britain.

Many traditional French pastries are enriched with this tasty cream delicate flavor and velvety that consists of three simple ingredients: sugar, cream and salted butter Breton.