Aitatxu explains the commandments of the Cantabrian Diet

 

 

 


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The Cantabrian Diet bets on ingredients such as vegetables, vegetables, fish and seafood. This form of food is a healthy and delicious choice and, at Christmas, with so many family meetings and banquets, it becomes necessary because it provides essential nutrients and is balanced. There are many wonderful recipes that can be made for these Christmases, so Aitatxu, the most sophisticated Basque restaurant in Madrid, gives the guidelines to get into the kitchen of the cornice Cantabria

Fish and seafood: it is recommended to eat fish and seafood from three to four times a week. It has numerous vitamins, essential nutrient inputs and proteins necessary for the good functioning of metabolism.

 

Meats: reduce your consumption and try to be lean and without excess fat.

Vegetables (pinions, onions, carrots, peas and garlic) and vegetables (repollo, berzas, grelos and nabizas): this should be included in the diet or as garrisons and accompaniments or as a main dish.

In terms of fruits, vary intake and give preference to apples and citrus.

Fiber and cereals: carbohydrates are more common in this diet than in the Mediterranean, but it is advisable to take them whole and slow or complex liberation.

Olive oil: this diet bets on olive oil to season and add meals for their properties and their health benefits.

Drink plenty of water; wine, with moderation for its cardiovascular benefits and always with meals.

Milky: cheese, milk and yogurt must be converted into a food base. They must be introduced every day to provide vitamins and nutrients.

Elevated consumption of cereals, potatoes and vegetables. The best whole bread or whole grain, and the baked potato. Viajes y turismo

As for the preparation methods choose the “healthy” such as iron or steam.

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About Aitatxu, Gastronómiko Restaurant
Álvaro González de Audicana
He's the chef in charge of the stoves. AitatxuOne. Basque restaurant high, in which they offer an attractive market kitchen with creative touches. It is located in the neighborhood of Salamanca, in a spacious, sophisticated and modern location.

 

The main base in your kitchen is the high quality of products and suppliers, which guarantees excellent improved raw materials with technique and some travel resources. Faithful to the Basque tradition and lover of the gastronomic avant-garde, the chef bilbaíno has a pantry in which vegetables Km 0 stand out, own and from orchards in the Sierra de Madrid, authentic Kobe meat that matters from Japan or Gadira tuna.

A very personal kitchen, of sharp flavors, textures games and a multitude of nuances, textures and temperatures, in which the creative technique is at the service of a luxury raw material and that has turned Aitatxu into one of the select gastro temples that everyone wants to try in Madrid.

Where?
Calle Claudio Coello, 122, Madrid
Aitatxu Restaurant
@restaranteaitatxu
aitatxu.com

Aitatxu explains the commandments of the Cantabrian Diet

Aitatxu explains the commandments of the Cantabrian Diet

The Cantabrian Diet bets on ingredients such as vegetables, vegetables, fish and seafood. This form of food is a healthy and delicious choice and, at Christmas

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2023-04-11

 

Aitatxu explains the commandments of the Cantabrian Diet
Aitatxu explains the commandments of the Cantabrian Diet

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