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What of Itadolci ! How do you Italdoci .

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This is pleasant stuff. I don't have much experience with it but I've tried it and have a little in the cupboard. Do people like to use this and when , and what do they think of it? After indulging right ?

 

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post #2 of 7

Never heard of it.

 

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It's supposed to be a digestive aid after a meal it's an effervescent lemony tasting thing you add to water and it bubbles and dissolves. It's from Italy and it looks like little white twigs . It comes in a glass.

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We cal it brioschi most italian delis sell it. It is a great digestive aid better that alka seltzer, I been taking it for years and sometimes my kids just like to put the white pieces on their tongues! Pleasant taste!biggrin.gif
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My uncle Serafino was always in charge of Easter dinner. He was not the best cook in the family. The big joke was my uncle Tubba would always wrap that dark blue bottle of Brioschi as a gift.

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Wow! Briosci! That brings back a time close to 50 years ago in my memory. I remember the big, cobalt blue bottle my grand parents kept in the pantry. I also remember doing what @Kikina said the kids did. It was like Zott's but without all the sugar.  C'm on Pan, you never did that?

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Of course!!! My grandma always had those little bowls in the middle of the table at coffee time. One with the Brioschi and one with the saccharin.

We would sneak in and steal both, let it bubble and chase it with Freska. LMAO

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