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Taufrisch - fresh from the field

Zero Food Miles & Fresh as a Daisy in Sand in Taufers/Campo Tures

A new vegetable-growing project bringing freshness, intense flavours and variety to the Taufers kitchen.

A good dozen Taufers restaurants are bringing pure nature to their tables. Together they are growing over three hundred varieties of vegetables, from the traditional to ancient, local and rare varieties, harvesting them together and turning them into delicious soups, main meals, sides and desserts. Flowers are included too: for plant variety, insects and decoration.

The growing location is just outside of Sand in Taufers and is farmed 100 per cent naturally, in mixed cultivation and taking into account plant communities. Through the pure, near-natural method of cultivation it is possible to prepare delicious food from every part of the vegetable: for example, using a radish leaf for pesto or salad, as well as pea shoots, beetroot leaves, kale roots and much more.

This is how nature tastes like!

 

Visit us in our field; our gardener, Andrea, will explain the basics of cultivation and tell you plenty of interesting facts.

  • Register with your host
  • Other dates & times available on request

 

Participating hosts:

Hotel Mühlenerhof ~ Hotel Drumlerhof ~ Hotel Spanglwirt ~ Feldmilla Designhotel
Residenz Feldmühle ~ Restaurant/Pizzeria Mausefalle ~ Restaurant/Pizzeria Rosmarin
Alphotel Stocker ~ Hotel Mirabel St. Vigil ~ Hotel Alte Mühle ~ Bäckerei Eppacher ~ Hotel Heini

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