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Top 5: Recipes to Enjoy the Blueberry Season

Jeanne Dumouchel July 20, 2018 , , ,

Blueberries have several benefits to your health and in addition they are delicious. Blueberries are indigenous to North America, while its European cousin, the bilberry, is native to Eurasia. Both grow on shrubs of the genus Vaccinium. Blueberries and bilberries were only domesticated quite recently, i.e., at the turn of the last century. The US and Canada alone account for nearly 90% of world production. In order to take full advantage of the blueberry season, here are our 5 best recipes that feature this excellent “super food”.



Crickets Are Chirping… in Your Plate!

Jef L'Ecuyer July 19, 2018 ,

Although little known in North America and Europe, entomophagy is a food tradition in parts of Asia, Africa and South America. Despite its somewhat bizarre name, entomophagy is simply the consumption of insects by humans. With more and more insect-based products coming to grocery store shelves, I’m going to take stock of the nutritional and environmental benefits of eating insects.

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Top 8 Fermented Foods to Add to Your Diet

Jef L'Ecuyer July 16, 2018 , ,

In my last article, we determined that it was important to add fermented foods to your diet. I will now share with you my list of the Top 8 fermented foods to add to your meals.



TOP 10: Fruity Desserts to Enjoy in Summer

Jeanne Dumouchel July 4, 2018 , ,

Summer is perfect for picnics and barbecue parties in the sun with family and friends. Such festive meals must end with a special dessert. To take advantage of the fruit bounty during summer, we have prepared for you the list of our best 10 light and fruity desserts.



Furoshiki, a Ravishing Wrapping

Cinzia Cuneo June 29, 2018

If you’ve ever invited Japanese friends to your home, they probably brought you a bottle of wine or a box of chocolates wrapped in a square of colorful fabric. It was a furoshiki, a traditional fabric used to carry presents, clothes, food and other things. The name dates back to the Edo era (1603-1868) when they started building public baths in Japan and it was necessary to wrap up clothes to avoid mixing them up with those of other users of the public baths. In fact, furo means “bath” and shiki means “spread.”