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Does one eat more in winter?

January 31st 2015

winter-eatingSeveral researchers have studied this question and the answer is yes, with an average difference of 222 calories consumed per day between spring and autumn.

Because, to ward off the biting cold and harsh weather, many of us flock to fatty foods and more hearty meals. But we must continue to eat a balanced diet and also make sure we stay hydrated.
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TOP 10 recipes in 2014

December 28th 2014

top-10Once again, the time has come to unveil the list of which SOSCuisine recipes have been the most popular in 2014.

Surprisingly, it’s not the desserts which made it to the top this year, but rather some clever recipes to get the most out of two beloved homegrown products: Corn and Potatoes!



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Tips to cook the leftovers

December 22nd 2014

2.5You cook for hours and manage to conjure up an amazing feast. But the next day, what do you do with the leftover turkey, ham and other stuff? Our grandmothers knew exactly how to put them to good use, but we seem to have lost this knack…

Here are some easy ways to use leftovers. The end results will be so incredible that no one will ever guess that you recycled them!

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TOP 10 Fast Recipes

December 8th 2014

easy-cookingYou need to prepare a good meal in a breeze? It’s possible. And we are not talking about canned food recipes or warming up some previously prepared food. The secret to put real food on the table in no time is cooking smart with flavour-packed recipes that do the thinking for you.

Here’s our selection of delicious food that’s ready in 15 to 20 minutes:
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TOP 10 spiced (but not necessarily “spicy”) recipes

November 21st 2014

If you think that spiced dishes are always “spicy”, think again!

According to the dictionary, a spice is an aromatic herbal substance, whose more or less fragrant or pungent flavour is used to season dishes.

Several spices, such as cinnamon, nutmeg, star anise, vanilla are very aromatic, without being “pungent”, while others, such as pepper and chili have little or no taste, but they excite the taste buds with a positively spicy result.

A dish that is spiced is therefore full of flavour, tasty and seasoned, but not necessarily “spicy”.
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Top 10 best food movies

November 12th 2014

Passionate about food, gastronomy and cooking, the members of the SOSCuisine team reveal their 10 favourite food movies.
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Vegan cooking

September 20th 2014

vegetables-on-cutting-boardVeganism is a type of vegetarian diet that excludes all animal-derived ingredients, such as meat, eggs, dairy products, honey, gelatin etc.

Many vegans avoid the use of all products tested on animals, such as cosmetics, as well as animal-derived non-food products, such as leather, silk and wool.
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