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What if we cooked vegetable steaks?

March 7, 2020

The craze for vegetable steaks indicates a desire to eat healthier while preserving the planet and animal welfare. Based on soy, peas or cereals, many processors and distributors now offer these products which are now found in different forms: pancakes, steaks, minced … Is this the end of meat consumption? A steak that looks more and […]

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The rediscovery of forgotten edible oils.. Are edible oils good for health?

March 7, 2020

If sunflower, rapeseed or olive oils still dominate our diet, tastier, rarer, more “trendy” oils are invading our kitchens. Walnut oil, carnation, shuttle, squash, hemp… which one to choose? How are they produced and what interests do they have compared to “classic” oils? An evolution in tastes and ways of consuming Less butter, less oils consumed raw: […]

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Without flour, No bread. But where does the flour come from? Is bread Gluten free?

March 7, 2020

Contrary to popular belief, flour does not only come from wheat, but is obtained by grinding the seeds of legumes or cereals of all kinds. Therefore, there is a wide variety of flours that we can taste at the baker’s or use to make our bread at home. The most common  Flour used to make bread […]

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Seedless fruits and vegetables: natural or not?

March 7, 2020

Grapes, watermelons, mandarins but also cucumbers and pickles … seedless fruits and vegetables are popular on stalls and in vegetable gardens. To meet this demand, the seed catalogs display, for example, varieties of tomatoes “fleshy and with very few seeds”. But how do you get these varieties and what is it for?  The seeds are actually seeds […]

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