Eating and Drinking When It’s Hot: 10 Good Choices
During heat waves, when the outside thermometer reads over 30°C and the humidity index rises, we don’t have much of an appetite in general. But we still have to eat and drink well, avoiding foods that are difficult to digest and favouring those rich in water.
So here are 10 good choices:
This cold, tomato-based soup is very refreshing. With plenty of vegetables and hard-boiled eggs as garnish, it’s almost a meal in itself.
With yogurt, cucumbers, and mint, you can prepare this dip that’s just as good for a barbecue as for crudités.
A real pleasure for the eyes and the palate, beets are also on the winning list of the ten vegetables with the highest antioxidant potential.
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