Vape smoking harms the heart and blood vessels

Vaping, which is promoted in many countries as a safe alternative to regular cigarettes, has recently turned out to be the “hero” of a series of scandals. And new research confirms: it's too early to talk about the safety of electronic cigarettes. Specialists from the American Heart Association say e-cigarettes adversely affect not only our lungs but...

How to replace the salt on our plates

The French eat too salty. While the commission of inquiry on industrial food wants to tax the products richest in salt, we take stock of the alternatives that replace it on our plates. “The average consumption of the French fluctuates between 10 and 12 grams of salt per day. This is twice as much as the 5...

Expiration dates: the foods we keep, and the ones we throw away

What is the difference between DLC and DLUO? How are the expiration dates calculated? Can we consume an "officially" expired product? What are the most dangerous foods? We take stock, once and for all. To start, you have to look at food labels. According to the law, they must include "the date until which the food retains its specific properties,...

Lebanese, gluten-free or cauliflower, tabbouleh is available for the summer

With bulgur, quinoa, basil, seeds or radishes, discover all our tips and recipe ideas to revisit the essential tabbouleh. The summer period is punctuated by barbecues, cocktails on the terrace or even ice-cream tastings. But not only. Summer also rhymes with tabbouleh. Originally from the Middle East, it is generally prepared - and generously - with durum wheat...

“Batch cooking” or the art of cooking ahead of the week’s meals

Imported from Anglo-Saxon countries, the concept of "batch cooking" (literally "cooking in batches") is being emulated. It consists of preparing and cooking the ingredients in advance, in large quantities. The goal? Organize yourself from the weekend so that you no longer spend your evening in the kitchen. Explanations. The concept has always existed but has come back to the...

1,2,3 … Press! Our guide to making your homemade vegetable juices

Extractor or centrifuge? What nutritional benefits? What mistakes to avoid? What recipes? Our complete guide to introducing you to homemade vegetable juices. Don't think that making vegetable juice is all about putting your favorite products in any device and pressing a button. A more elaborate and above all more subtle choice, vegetable juices revolutionize well-being cuisine by combining the beautiful and the...

The ten most asked French culinary queries on Google

Successful pancakes, judging the freshness of your egg or eating a persimmon ... The French ask themselves surprising questions when they cook. Top 10 of their Google requests. The basics of cooking are not the same for everyone. Proof of this is the new study by SEMrush (1), a data provider analyzing the results of the Google search engine from...

These foods that almost never expire

If their expiration date has passed, this packet of broken rice and this brick of juice not yet opened seem still to be consumable. Really? Overview with specialists in these almost imperishable products to keep in our closets. This box of cookies at the top of the shelf is well past the expiration date but appears to...

Five endless mistakes to avoid when making a cake

From overly liquid dough to unsuccessful demolding, the classic yogurt cake is not always synonymous with success. Back on these errors too often made and their solutions. In the collective imagination, the yogurt cake would be the easiest to bake. Big mistake. Even after years of training, it is still possible to miss your preparation. Fortunately, Mélanie Dupuis, trainer...

What is behind food gelatin

Ingredients, use, controversy and alternatives ... everything about food gelatin, this substance of animal origin which is not unanimous among consumers. If informed amateurs have known for a long time that edible gelatin is a substance of animal origin, many Internet users discovered it on September 19 in a press release from Foodwatch, an association...
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