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1 Comenius 2004 ”European Food Evolution” Student Exchange Project Senigallia – Savigny-le-Temple “Alfredo Panzini” - Istituto Professionale di Stato per i Servizi Alberghieri della Ristorazione, del Commercio e del Turismo di Senigallia “Alfredo Panzini” - Secondary Vocational School for Hotel Management, Catering, Commerce and Tourism in Senigallia

2 2 Table of Contents Presentation of the two schools Self-spoken presentation of each student Linked presentation of the entire work Presentation of the two towns The Mediterranean diet and reasons for this choice The Slow Food movement Food Survey: research and graphics. Conclusion: Final impressions summarizing the students’ experience Presentazione delle due scuole Presentazione parlata in inglese dei singoli alunni Presentazione coordinata del lavoro Presentazione delle due città La dieta mediterranea, i perché della scelta Il movimento Slow Food Sondaggio sulle abitudini alimentari: materiale della ricerca e grafici Conclusione: impressioni finali sull’esperienza degli studenti

3 3 Presentation It was the first time we have supervised a Comenius 1 work group concerning specific topics in the field of catering. However, it has been a pleasure to work with and link the ideas of the students who have had the chance to participate in this experience. Nothing was established a priori, and nothing was fixed rigidly. The best thing about the project is that the entire work was carried out creatively depending on the interests and self motivation of the students taking part in the project. So it doesn’t really matter to us if the work has a few defects in its written form or oral exposition. Our most important aim was to get the students to speak the foreign language in meaningful and authentic contexts and avoid translation from their mother tongue. This was made possible because of the reciprocal exchange between students in the hosting families, which offered them the concrete opportunity to practice English and French in the daily routine of the host country. Everyone was able to learn something new from this experience, therefore enriching his or her cultural and social background. E’ la prima volta che partecipiamo come responsabili ad un progetto di lavoro nell’ambito del Comenius, tanto più riguardante argomenti specifici del settore ristorativo-alberghiero. Tuttavia, è stato un piacere lavorare e coordinare nelle idee i ragazzi che hanno avuto la fortuna di partecipare a questa esperienza. Nulla è stato stabilito a priori, nulla è stato deciso in modo tassativo. La bellezza di questa esperienza è che il tutto si è composto in modo vivace e dal vivo a seconda degli interessi e motivazioni degli alunni partecipanti. Non ha importanza se il lavoro presenta qualche difetto nella forma o nell’esposizione, ciò che è stato veramente importante, è vedere studenti muoversi ed esprimersi in lingua straniera in contesti veramente significativi e reali e far loro dimenticare lo sforzo del dover tradurre o pensare in lingua. Ciò è stato possibile soprattutto grazie agli scambi tra i ragazzi avvenuta nelle famiglie che ha dato loro la possibilità concreta di esibirsi nella quotidianeità della lingua del paese ospitante e in contemporanea in lingua inglese. Ognuno ha imparato qualcosa di nuovo da questa esperienza ed ha arricchito il proprio bagaglio culturale e sociale.

4 4 “Alfredo Panzini” Secondary Vocational School in Senigallia The Secondary Vocational School for Hotel Management, Catering, Commerce and Tourism in Senigallia, named after the renewed writer and fellow townsman Alfredo, was founded in Senigallia (Italy) in In 1989, the school became part of the international organization AEHT(Assosiation Européenne des écoles d'Hôtellerie et de tourisme) In February 2002, the Panzini obtained a certificate for its quality management system, according to UNI EN ISO 9001: 2000 (VISION) standards. The purposes of the school are concerned with vocational training in the fields of hotel, tourism and business management. Since 1988, the Panzini has taken part in various project financed by the European Community. Its aim is to favour the integration to learning and vocational training within an international context. There are also project like E.D.A. which enable adults to receive an educational qualification. I.F.T.S. address young and adult students with a secondary-school diploma. In order to foster social, cultural and professional growth, the Panzini also arranges extra-curricular activities and courses: socio-environmental projects; local guided tours; participation in professional competition; cultural and sport events; workshops and conference; realisation of multimedia educational tools.

5 5 “Antonin Careme” Secondary Vocational School in Savigny-le-Temple The institute takes its name from Marie-Antonin-Careme, the greatest French cook. He was born in Paris. His father left him and he had to work hard and in time he became a cook in the service of the minister Talleyrand. During his youth he invented great things for the pastry. This school is rich regarding: the difference at the public which host the quality of the equipes at the teachers gentleness at the personal the atmosphere at wellness inside the school. The institute is situated in the centre at the most important French town Savigny-le-Temple. The school consist at two parts: the first with services (secretary, economy) and the other is Hotel Management School. Every address offers a possibility at work with diploma C.A.P. and B.E.P. which are like our diploma at third and fifth year at school. The ambition at the institute is also to grown for recieve the students from the south. The management sector is looking for the cooks, waitress and receptionist always that why every student motivated will be able to find his own place at work. L’istituto è stato fondato in onore del grande Marie-Antonin-Careme, uno dei più grandi e colti cuochi della storia. Nato a Parigi fu abbandonato dal padre e senza scoraggiarsi iniziò a lavorare dapprima come sguattero salendo fino a diventare cuoco al servizio del ministro Talleyrand. Durante la giovinezza inventò grandi cose per la pasticceria. La nostra scuola è ricca di riguardi: diversità nel pubblico che noi ospitiamo, la qualità delle equipes degli insegnanti e la loro formazione, gentilezza e disponibilità del personale, il sentimento di benessere che regna nella nostra scuola. Il liceo si trova in una delle città più impotanti Savigny.le-Temple. L’istituto possiede due poli: il primo terziario (segreteria,contabilità e vendita) e nell’altro alberghiero (ristorazione,sala e ricevimento). Ogni indirizzo offre uno sbocco sicuro sul lavoro,con i diplomi C.A.P. e B.E.P. i quali corrispondono al diploma di terzo e quinto superiore della scuola italiana. La nostra ambizione è di allargare la scuola per accogliere anche gli studenti del sud. Il settore alberghiero ricerca sempre cuochi,camerieri e receptionist per questo gli studenti motivati potranno trovare ognuno la propria via.

6 6 Italian exchange student My name is Lorenzo Vescovo. I’m eighteen years old. I come from Serra San. Quirico, a small village between Fabriano and Jesi, forty kilometres from Ancona. Now I’m a student. I’m a student in a vocational school for Hotel Management and Catering. I am attending the last year. Now I study different types of subjects divided into 3 areas. The first area covers general subjects: Italian Literature, History, Math, Religion, and Physical Education. The second area covers subjects such as: French, English, Law, Economics, Cooking and Nutrition. The third area is a specialised sector. I like all the subjects in this school but I prefer economics. I like this because I can learn some important functions of the market. I am also good in all the other subjects because I like this school. In my free time I like watching TV, listening to music, and going out with my girl friend and my friends. We are five in my family: my father, my mother, and my two brothers. My father is a mason and my mother is a nurse. My older brother Michele is 20 years old and he is also a mason. Nicola, my little brother, is only 10 years old. He is a student in primary school. At the weekend I usually go out with my friends. Generally we go to a pub or cinema. I work in summer. Last summer I went to Rome on holiday for a week, and I also went with the school to Luxembourg for a month.

7 7 Italian exchange student My name is Lorenzo Casoli and I’m 19 years old. I come from Ancona, a town on the east coast of Italy, but I live in Falconara. I’m a student at A.PANZINI, a hotel management school. In my school I study Cooking, Mathematics, Religion, Italian, History, French, English, Economics, Nutrition, Law, Physical Education. My favourite subjects are Physical Education and English because I like the sports while English is very important for travelling around the world. I’m also good in religion, but I don’t know why. I don’t like Economics and Law because I hate my teachers and I hate French. In my free time I like going out and spending time with my friends, I like reading and watching TV, especially documentaries. I like tattoos very much. I do skydiving and I do volunteer work. I go out with my friends every day. I don’t read every day but I often watch TV in the evening and in the night and sometimes after lunch. I go skydiving at the weekend and once a week I do volunteer work in the ambulance. I like skydiving because I like the adrenaline and it’s fantastic. I do volunteer work because it’s very important for me and for the people I help. At the weekend I stay with my friends and I go skydiving. Last weekend I went to the disco with my friends. Last year I worked in May, June and July, but in August I went to Greece on holiday with my friends for a week. In Greece I went every night to the disco and every afternoon to the beach.

8 8 Italian exchange student My name is Samantha Ruscica. I’m 18 years old. I come from Milan, then I moved to Arezzo and now I live in Chiaravalle, a small village near Ancona. I’m a student at a vocational school for hotel management and catering. Its name is “A. Panzini”. In this school I study: italian, germany, english, math, physical education, low, cooking, economics, religion, history, nutrition. My favourite subjects are nutrition and English; those are my favourite because nutrition is interesting and English is important for work and for everything! I am also good at math. For me the most difficult subjects are German and Italian,. The subject I don’t like is economics because I hate the teacher. In my free time I like seeing my boyfriend everyday, I sometimes like listening to music. I also like watching TV and surfing in internet. I like meeting my boyfriend because I love him!!! I like all kinds of music, in particular pop and rock. We are 4 in my family: I, my mother, my father and my brother. My mother is 41 and she is a housewife. My father is 40 and he is a worker. My brother is 15 and he attends my same school, but he is in a second class. I have many animals: some dogs, a cat, a parrot, and others. In summer I like going to the beach all the day!!! Last holiday in summer I went to Trapani in Sicily. I went on the beach everyday because there is a beautiful sea! I really enjoyed myself!!

9 9 Italian exchange student My name is Elena Kanimgotova. I am 20 years old. I come from Russia, but I live in Senigallia which is situated near Ancona, the capital of the Marche. I am a student at the Vocational School for Hotel Management and Catering. I study English, German, Law, Italian, Economics, Cooking, Mathematics, Physical Education, Nutrition, History. My favourite subjects are English and German, because I am very interested in foreign languages. I am also good at Mathematics, Law and Nutrition. The most difficult subject for me is Economics. I don’t like Economics because it’s very boring. In my free time I like reading, sleeping, going to the disco and listening to the music. I like doing all these things because they relax me. My family consists of 7 persons: my father, my mother, me and my 4 sisters. My father’s name is Zamir and he is an owner of a small building firm. My mother’s name is Olga and she is a house-wife. My sisters’ names are Bela, Laura, Stella and Diana. They are students. Bela and Laura live in Italy with me and all the rest of the family lives in Russia. At the weekend I usually work in the restaurant like a waitress. Last weekend I was in Russia. Last year I didn’t have a holiday.

10 10 Italian exchange student My name is Andrea Badaloni. I’m 18 years old and I’m from Ancona. I’m a student in a vocational school for hotel management and catering. Now I study different types of subjects: Italian, History, Math, Religion, French, English, Law, Economics, Cooking and Nutrition. I like French and cooking because I like France and cooking at home. I don’t like law because I hate my teacher and because it is very difficult. In my free time I like playing football and playing computer games. I play football two or three times a week. I sometimes play computer games because I relax. My father’s name is Roberto and my mother’s name is Rosanna and I have a little brother whose name is Simone. My father drives a lorry and my mother is a secretary in a printing press. I have a cat in my house.

11 11 Italian exchange student My name is Luca Lucchetti. I’m eighteen years old and I come from Falconara. My town is in the Marche on the Adriatic coast. I live in Falconara but I study at a hotel management and catering school “A. Panzini” in Senigallia. I study: english, Italian, french, story, maths, law, cooking, economics, religion, nutrition and physical education. My favourite subject is French. I don’t like law and maths because they’re very difficult. In my free time I play the guitar. I play for an hour a day at least. My favourite group is Iron Maiden. I live with my parents. I also have a sister and a dog: its name is Laila. At the weekend I like to go out with my friends to the disco or the pub. Last weekend I went to a music concert. It was great!!

12 12 Italian exchange student My name is Emanuele Mazzieri. I am 18 years old. I am from Ancona. I am a student in a vocational school for hotel management and catering; now I study different types of subject: Italian, Math, Physical Education, French, Law, Economics, English, Cooking, Nutrition and Religion.I don't like Math because it is very difficult. I don't like Economics because I hate the teacher. In my free time I like playing football, body building and I play on my Play Station. I play football 3 times a week and I do bodybuilding 3 times a week too. My father’s name is Giacomo and my mother’s name is Vittoria. I have a sister too. Her name is Alice. I have a dog and a cat. My dog’s name is Ruby.

13 13 Italian exchange student My name is Giacomo Muzi. I’m 18 years old and I live in Jesi. I’m student in the management school A.PANZINI. In my school I study cooking, Mathematics, Religion, Italian, History, French, English, Economics, Nutrition and Law. My favourite subjects are French and Cooking, In my free time I like going out and staying with my friends. I also like watching TV and reading in the evening. I go out with my friends every day I have a father, a mother and a brother.My father is a plumber and he is 45 years old. My mother is 40 years old and she is an employee. I have 2 brothers. The oldest is 20 years old and he is a plumber too. My second brother is 4 years old. Last weekend I stayed with my friends and we played soccer. We also went to the disco. On my last holiday I went to Croatia with my friends. We went to the disco every night.

14 14 Italian exchange student My name is Daniele Tendas. I'm 18 years old and I come from Ripe, a small town near Senigallia. Senigallia is in the centre of Italy on the Adriatic coast. I am a student in a hotel management school PANZINI. I study cooking, matematics, religion, Italian, French, English, nutrition, catering, economics, physical fitness, history and law. My favourite subject is cooking because I have a restaurant.I m very good in cooking but I hate mathematics because it is very difficult. In my free time I play the guitar every day. In my family we are in four: my father, my mother, my sister and me. At the weekend I usually go to a pub or rock disco because I hate house and rap music. I like heavy metal music.

15 15 Italian exchange student My name is Lara Bedinelli. I’m eighteen years old. I come from Monte San Vito situated near Chiaravalle. I’m a student, I study in a vocational school for Hotel Management and Catering. I study: Italian, History, Maths, Religion, Phisical education, Nutrition, Cooking, Economics, English, Law, German. My favourite subject is English because I like knowing another culture. I hate Maths because it’s very difficult. In my free time I listen to music because it is relaxing, I listen to reggae music, rock and pop. I have one sister: Giulia, she has 12 years old. My mother Cinzia is a secretary and my father Luigi has a small pizzeria in Monte San Vito. I have a small dog. I like having a good time at the weekend: I usually go to the pub, disco and cinema. Last holiday I went to Riccione and I enjoyed myself very much.

16 16 Italian exchange student My name is Sara Accorroni. I’m eighteen years old and I live in Ancona. Ancona is situated in the Marche on the Adriatic coast. I study in a hotel management school, called “A.Panzini”. I study Italian, English, Maths, German, Law, Cooking, Economics, Religion, Nutrition and Physical Education. My favourite subjects are English, German and Cooking because I want to know new cultures and I like pastry very much. I hate Maths because it is very difficult and I don’t like it. In my free time I like going for a walk with my best friend Luana. I like listening the music and I love all kinds of music. I also like reading, I love very much triller stories. We are four in the family.My father is Lamberto, he’s an hydraulic, my mother is Maria she’s a wife and my brother is Damiano, he’s 15 years old he’s a student. I have a dog,Kira; a turtle Penelope and two hamsters. I go sometimes at the disco but I like dancing.

17 17 Italian exchange student My name is Ragnetti Riccardo and I’m 18. I come from Senigallia, a town on the Adriatic coast of Italy. I’m a student at the professional school “Panzini” in Senigallia. I am an only child. I study English, Matematics, History, German, Economics, Religion, Nutrition, Cooking, Italian and Law. My favourite subjects are English, German and Nutrition because languages are very important for in the cooking business and nutrition is important in general. I play basketball three days a week and I go to the gymnasium four days a week. On Saturday evening I go to the swimming-pool. In my free time I listen to rock and metal music and I play the keyboards. At the weekend I usually go with my friends to the centre of my city. Last summer I worked at the Forte Village Resort in Sardinia.

18 18 Lesson - The Mediterranean Diet The discovery of the Mediterranean diet is attributed to the nutritionist Ancel Keys. He noticed that cardio-vascular illnesses, widespread in his own country, were quite rare. In fact, among the population of Cilento there was a particularly low incidence of the so called "diseases of affluence" (arteriosclerosis, hypertension, diabetes). This was a sensational discovery that led American scientists to set up in the 70s a widespread program of preventative medicine based on the studies conducted by Keys in Cilento. Thus followed the international success and popularity of this diet consisting of whole and natural foods, essential for the health of the individual. The basic elements of this diet are cereal (bread, pasta, polenta), legumes, vegetables, fruit and olive oil. Normally the word "diet" carries a negative connotation, associated with limited food, or an excessive increase in "fat" in the body. Instead if we look up at the etymology of the word "diet" in the dictionary, we find that it originates from a Greek word with the meaning of "life, lifestyle, way of living". In fact eating is one of the fundamentals of our life and being more aware of it can help us to live better and longer. Today all doctors agree on prescribing a diet based on a Mediterranean model, that appropriately divides the daily calories for the different nutrients in order to prevent the beginning of the "diseases of affluence". La scoperta della dieta mediterranea è da attribuire allo scienziato americano Ancel Benjamin Keys che per primo, e nell'ambito di un imponente programma epidemiologico e di uno studio durato settanta anni, si accorse che le malattie cardiovascolari diffuse nel suo paese, in alcune aree del mondo, in funzione dell'alimentazione, erano molto limitate. Il professor Keys è vissuto quaranta anni in Italia, nel Cilento dove pure risultava particolarmente bassa l'incidenza delle cosiddette malattie del benessere (arteriosclerosi, ipertensione, diabete, ecc. Una scoperta sensazionale che portò gli scienziati americani ad avviare, intorno agli anni 70, un ampio programma di medicina preventiva, basato proprio sugli studi condotti da Keys nel Cilento. Di qui il successo internazionale e la popolarità di questa dieta che consiste nel consumo di cibi integrali e naturali, vitali per il benessere dell'individuo. Gli alimenti base di questo regime alimentare sono soprattutto i cereali (pane, pasta, polenta), i legumi, gli ortaggi, la frutta, l'olio d'oliva. Alla parola "dieta" siamo soliti attribuire un significato negativo, associandolo alla necessità di limitare l'assunzione di cibo o di un eccessivo accumulo di "grasso" nel corpo. Se andiamo invece a ricercare su un vocabolario la derivazione della parola dieta possiamo notare che deriva da una parola greca cui si dà il significato di "vita", "stile di vita" o "modo di vivere". L'alimentazione è infatti una delle basi fondamentali della nostra vita e una sua più corretta conoscenza può aiutarci a vivere meglio e più a lungo. Oggi tutti i medici sono concordi nel raccomandare una dieta che, sul modello di quella mediterranea, distribuisca in modo ottimale il quotidiano apporto calorico al fine di prevenire le cosiddette "malattie del benessere".

19 19 Lesson - The Traditional Mediterranean Diet Pyramid

20 20 Lesson - The Slow Food Movement Lo Slow Food fu fondato a Bra,nella regione italiana del Piemonte, nel luglio del Il movimento internazionale fu fondato a Parigi nel 1989,quando le delegazioni mondiali dello slow food si incontrarono a Parigi dove approvarono il manifesto dello slow food. Il manifesto dice: riscopriamo i gusti e i sapori della cucina regionale ed eliminiamo gli effetti del fast food. Nel nome della produttività la vita veloce ha cambiato il nostro modo di essere e minacciato il nostro ambiente e il nostro paesaggio. Il manifesto contiene un messaggio molto chiaro:lo slow food è un movimento per la protezione dei diritti e testare il piacere contro la marea di standardizzazione e manipolazione dei consumatori intorno al mondo. Il secondo punto del programma dello slow avvisa che dobbiamo andare piano,prendere tempo, cercare gli amici che possono fornire cibo e ospitalità. Così la chiocciola è stata scelta come simbolo del movimento. Con questa mentalità lo slow food sta lavorando al progetto storico,artistico ed ecologico ereditato dal piacere della gastronomia (caffè,bistrots, inns). Stanno lavorando anche per la salvaguardia del cibo e dell’ agricoltura ereditata (biodiversità, tecniche artigianali, agricoltura sostenibile, sviluppo rurale e cibi tradizionali). Slow Food was founded in Bra, in the Italian region of Piedmont in July The international movement was founded in Paris in 1989 when Slow Food delegations from around the world met in Paris, where they approved the Slow Food Manifesto. The manifesto states: ‘Let us rediscover the flavours and savours of regional cooking and banish the degrading effects of Fast Food. In the name of productivity, the Fast Life has changed our way of being and threatens our environment and our landscapes’. The manifesto contains a very clear message: Slow Food is a movement for the protection of the right to taste and pleasure against the tide of standardization of taste and the manipulation of consumers around the world. The second point of the Slow program advises you to go slowly, take your time, have a break and find a friend who can provide food and hospitality. So the snail was chosen as the movement’s symbol. With this in mind, Slow Food is working to protect the historic, artistic and environmental heritage of places of gastronomic pleasure (cafés, inns, bistros). It is also working to safeguard the food and agricultural heritage (crop biodiversity, artisan techniques, sustainable agriculture, rural development, food traditions).

21 21 Lesson - The Slow Food Movement Slow Food has grown into a large-scale international movement, with over 60,000 members in all five continents. Slow Food's main offices, situated in Bra (Cuneo), a small town in southern Piedmont, employ about 100 people. They are the hub of a close-knit network of local grassroots offices in Italy and abroad, the so-called convivium. Over 700 convivia exist in 83 countries; 330 of them are in Italy, where Slow Food boasts more than members. Since its foundation, Slow Food has thus blossomed into an international movement of food and wine culture and a champion of biodiversity, hence of sustainable agriculture and rural development. In 1990, the association founded a publishing company, Slow Food Editore, to promulgate its ideas. Publications focus on tourism, food, wine and agriculture. The company’s catalogue now boasts over 70 titles. They organize not only theme dinners, food, wine and beer tastings and walking tours, but also participate actively to safeguard or revive traditional agricultural methods and techniques. Slow Food also organises a number of prestigious national and international events. These include the Salone del Gusto, the world’s largest quality food and wine fair, held every two years at the Lingotto Exhibition Centre in Turin, and Cheese, a major biennial cheese fair held in Bra. Lo slow food è cresciuto nel tempo ed è diventato un movimento internazionale,con oltre membri in tutti i cinque continenti. Il principale ufficio dello slow food è situato a Bra (Cuneo) una piccola città nel sud del Piemonte, dove lavorano circa 100 persone. Essi sono il fulcro del lavoro dei coltivatori locali in Italia e all’estero, il cosiddetto convivium. Esistono oltre 700 convivia in 83 paesi; 330 sono in Italia,dove lo slow food ha più di membri. Dalla sua fondazione, lo slow food ha trasformato le sue teorie in un movimento internazionale della cultura del cibo e del vino e un campionato della bio diversità, quindi nell’agricoltura sostenibile e dello sviluppo rurale. Nel 1990 l’associazione ha fondato una casa editrice,slow food editore,per prolungare le sue idee, pubblicazioni focalizzate sul turismo,sul cibo, sul vino e sull’agricoltura.Il catalogo della compagnia include ora più di 70 titoli. Non vengono organizzati solo cene a tema,degustazioni di cibo, vino e birra o passeggiate ma l’associazione partecipa attivamente alla salvaguardia e la riscoperta delle tecniche e dei metodi tradizionali agricoli. Slow food organizza anche innumerevoli eventi nazionali e internazionali. Questi includono anche il salone del gusto, la più grande fiera del mondo per quanto riguarda cibo e vino di qualità, tenuta ogni due anni al centro esposizioni Lingotto a Torino, e Cheese, la maggiore fiera del formaggio che si tiene a Bra.

22 22 Food Survey - Results In base alle ricerche fatte, riguardanti la dieta mediterranea e lo slow food, abbiamo deciso di eseguire un’inchiesta; così nell’ambito del progetto Comenius è stato preparato un questionario indispensabile per capire le abitudini alimentari degli italiani. Il questionario composto di 15 domande, si divide di 4 aree specifiche. La prima area è di carattere generale ed è indispensabile per determinare chi abbiamo sottoposto al nostro questionario. Sesso, fascia d’età ed occupazione componevano questa prima parte. Nella seconda parte sono stati determinati i gusti personali nella sezione “YOUR TASTES”; 5 domande nelle quali viene domandato l’importanza che il cibo ricopre nella propria vita, il cibo preferito ed il cibo che non si ama. La terza parte è composta dal “FOOD DIET”; in questa area si determinano le frequenze dei consumi alimentari. L’ultima parte determinava i “YOURS MEALS”; nella quale sono trattati i pasti giornalieri. Il questionario è stato proposto nella maggioranza dei casi a adulti o giovani; ed è emerso che il cibo, per la maggioranza, è importante. Il 90% degli intervistati non è vegetariano ed il cibo provato dalla maggioranza di persone oltre alla cucina italiana, logicamente, è il cinese. On the basis of our research on the Mediterranean diet and the Slow Food movement, we decided to carry out a survey based on a questionnaire concerning Italian food habits. The questionnaire was composed 15 questions divided into 4 areas. The first area concerns general characteristics such as the sex, age and occupation of those surveyed. In the second part is called “YOUR TASTES”, 5 questions where we ask how much food is important in life, favourite foods and food they don’t like. The third part is called “FOOD DIET”. In this area we determine the frequency of consumption. The last area we considered is “YOUR MEALS”, where we treated the daily meals. The questionnaire was proposed mainly to adults and young adults; what emerged is that food is important for the majority. While 90% of those interviewed are not vegetarian, most have only tried Chinese food apart the Italian food.

23 23 Food Survey - Results In cima ai piatti preferiti troviamo la pasta (37%) seguita da carne e pizza; il cibo non amato per eccellenza è risultata le verdure (41%), seguite da pesce e interiora. Gli alimenti che vengono generalmente evitati sono i dolci, mentre le bevande che vengono maggiormente evitate sono quelle alcoliche. Tra le abitudini è emerso che: - i cibi mangiati spesso sono: pasta, frutta e verdura fresca; - i cibi mangiati ogni tanto sono: carne, pesce, uova, biscotti e dolci - i cibi che non vengono mangiati quasi mai sono: cioccolata, cibi fritti e patatine & Co.; - i cibi che non vengono mangiati mai sono quelli del fast food; - la bevanda più bevuta è l’acqua; seguita dal caffè bevuto di solito, e troviamo un’opposizione per il latte e gli alcolici a pari merito tra gli intervistati che non li bevono mai e quelli che li bevono di solito. Generalmente l’81% degli intervistati prende la colazione, e in cima alle preferenze troviamo latte e caffè seguito da te e succo d’arancia. I biscotti risultano i preferiti tra gli intervistati. Per il 57 % degli intervistati il pasto preferito della giornata risulta il pranzo. In conclusione per il 53 % degli intervistati la propria dieta risulta salutare e il 74%(tra adulti e ragazzi) cerca di stare attento alla propria dieta. At the top of the list of favourite foods we find pasta (37%), followed by meat and pizza. Food that many don’t like are vegetables (41%) followed by fish. In general the foods that people avoid are sweets and cakes, and the drinks most avoided are alcoholic drinks. Among the habits it emerged that: the food always eaten are pasta, fruit and fresh vegetables; the food sometimes eaten are: meat, fish, eggs, biscuits and sweets; the food hardly ever eat are: chocolate, fried food, chips and crisps; the food never eaten is fast food. The favourite drink is water, followed by coffee (sometimes); half of those interviewed never drink and the other half sometimes drink. In general 81% have breakfast: on the top of their preferences we find biscuits (24%), tea, milk and coffee. 57% chose lunch as their favourite meal of the day; 53% think that their personal diet is healthy while 74% try to be careful about their diet.

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28 28 Final Impressions This experience has enriched me very much under the professional and human profile. Questa esperienza mi ha arricchito moltissimo sotto il profilo professionale e umano RICCARDO RAGNETTI This experience has been useful from all points of view. Questa esperienza si è rilevata utile sotto tutti i punti di vista. DANIELE TENDAS I was very glad to have this experience. I was able to learn a lot about the slow food movement and French habits. Sono molto contento di questa esperienza, ho potuto imparare molto sullo slow food e sulle abitudini francesi. ANDREA BADALONI My experience was great because I met many people, improved my English, visited new places and discovered French habits. La mia esperienza è stata magnifica perché ho incontrato molta gente, ho migliorato il mio inglese, ho visitato nuovi posti scoperto le abitudini francesi. LARA BEDINELLI This experience has been wonderful and I hope to do it again one day. Questa esperienza è stata favolosa e spero un giorno di rifarla. SARA ACCORRONI I enjoyed going to France very much and meeting new people. Mi sono divertita molto andare in Francia e ho conosciuto nuove persone. ELENA KANIMGOTOVA This experience was great and I learned a lot about French nutrition and French habits. Questa esperienza è stata magnifica e ho potuto imparare un sacco di cose sull'alimentazione e le abitudini dei francesi. LUCA LUCCHETTI

29 29 Final Impressions This experience was very good and very interesting! French people are very friendly and very nice! I like France and in the future I will return to France again. Questa esperienza è stata molto buona e molto interessante. I francesi sono molto amchevoli e simpatici. Mi piace la Francia e in futuro vado un'altra volta in francia. EMANUELE MAZZIERI The experience was very good because I improved my English and knowledge of French culture. L'esperienza è stata buona perché ho migliorato il mio inglese e ho conosciuto la cultura francese. GIACOMO MUZI I liked this experience very much, because I learned a lot of thingsabout French culture and I visited Paris. Questa esperienza mi è piaciuta molto, perché ho imparato molte cose sulla cultura francese e ho visitato Parigi. SAMANTHA RUSCICA I liked this experience because I improved my language and visit a new places. Questa esperienza mi è piaciuta perché ho migliorato il mio livello linguistico e ho visitato nuovi posti. LORENZO VESCOVO The Comenius project for me was a very important and beautiful experience, because I learned many things about cooking, another country and new cultures. These things are very important to improve your way of thinking and your way of looking at life. Thanks to everybody. Il progetto Comenius per me è stata un esperienza molto importante e bella, perché ho imparato molte cose sulla cucina, un altro paese e nuove culture. Queste cose sono molto importanti per accrescere il tuo modo di pensare e il tuo modo di vedere la vita. Grazie a tutti quanti. LORENZO CASOLI


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