13 vegetables to eat in April

Audrey Rouby
During the month of April the days get longer, the sun takes its time to go down and we take the opportunity to start lunch on the terrace and enjoy good vegetables. On the dish roasted white asparagus with spinach puree.

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14 vegetables to eat in March

Audrey Rouby
Spring is coming slowly and we want to cook, have lunch on the terrace and enjoy the beautiful days. We take more pleasure in gardening and choosing seasonal fruits and vegetables. In March, we cook carrots, turnips and endives. Spring is back and with it the desire to prepare light dishes full of flavor.

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5 fruits to eat in February

Audrey Rouby
With the month of February, it is still winter. The days are rather fresh and short and good, comforting little dishes with seasonal fruits are highly appreciated and recommended. Let's not lose our good resolutions at the start of the year and continue to cook healthy with seasonal products.

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18 vegetables to eat in February

Audrey Rouby
In February eat carrots of all colors. Carrots have the advantage of appealing to children, to be eaten both raw and cooked. So we have fun and fill up on vitamins A and fiber. February is cabbage month, in all its forms. In soup, boiled, in salads, or stuffed, cabbage is a good source of vitamin C and folic acid. It is very low in calories but also economical. February is also the season for endives, onions, leeks, potatoes, lamb's lettuce.

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7 fruits to eat in January

Audrey Rouby
Winter is well underway, so inevitably, we all dream of cakes that warm, that comfort. But before we jump on anything, we have to consult the list of seasonal fruits in January.

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17 vegetables to eat in January

Audrey Rouby
After accumulating holiday meals, we opt for lighter meals. January is accompanied by a drop in temperatures, so homemade soups and gratins are in the spotlight! It's perfect, since it is possible to make gourmet soups with vegetables such as leeks, potatoes, pumpkins or onions... Just because temperatures are dropping doesn't mean you should lose the good habits of buying seasonal fruits and vegetables.

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How to use the products you have frozen?

Audrey Rouby

Whether your freezer is tiny or super spacious, having frozen food on hand is always handy. You still have to know how to use them afterwards. From ready-made meals bought at the grocery store and cut vegetables to leftover spaghetti sauce, each of these products must be frozen, thawed and prepared in a certain way in order to retain all the flavor.

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How to reduce your sugar intake?

Audrey Rouby
How do we relate to sugar? Is it possible to drastically reduce our consumption of refined sugar? What are the long-term consequences of consuming too much sugar? Here are some questions we will try to answer in this article.

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No more waste, reduce your kitchen waste

Audrey Rouby
The kitchen is undoubtedly the room in the house where there is the greatest production of waste, whether food or not. Reducing the production of waste is a goal that many wish to undertake without really knowing how to do it. Even if you recycle and compost, there are still plenty of small, easy things you can do every day. Discover them without further delay.

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How to preserve the vitamins in your fruits and vegetables?

Audrey Rouby
It is well known that fruits and vegetables are essential for our nutrition and good health. It is therefore strongly recommended to consume as much as possible. But do we really know how to store and protect these vitamins? In this article, you will find some tips that will allow you to get the most out of all the benefits of your fruits and vegetables.

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