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September 05, 2012

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Caffettiera

I love the 'consciously uncertified' sign: a whole philosophy about food production, wrapped up in two words! Sorry for not having said hello for a while, I was let down by technology a bit. I've kept enjoying your ideas and recipes all the while though.

Simona Carini

Ciao Caffettiera. I hope nothing serious happened. Sometimes farmers decide not to go through the process of organic certification, but they practice the same principles. I like their creative way of advertising that.

Lynne

Sounds like a lovely outing with so many beautiful foods!

Simona Carini

Indeed it was, Lynne.

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