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Great Chefs – Auguste Escoffier

12 February, 2018

We start the new series of posts – Great chefs – where you can get to know closer inspiring personalities that changed kitchen or are still influencing it all the time.

Our first character is Auguste Escoffier – father of the modern cuisine and Emperor of Chefs – the nickname given to him by German king, Wilhelm II. He was a chef, restauranteur, author and mentor.

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Water – tap or bottle

5 February, 2018

Water is a crucial element of our world. Widely used in all areas of everyday life – from agriculture, through industry to domestic use. The human body consists of 60 – 70% of water. Drinking fluids is important for proper functioning and efficiency of the organism. With the growth of world’s population, we are experiencing rapid growth of water demand. But what do we actually know about it? Which water is better for us? Is there any difference in taste and features?

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Bitter sweetness – chocolate

7 January, 2018

Chocolate – one of the most popular and favourite confections around the world, known and used for thousands of years in different forms. Let’s have a look at the production process as well as its less sweet side.

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Allergies – a rising problem

22 December, 2017

A frequency of allergy and dietary requirements that professional kitchens have to accommodate has been rising rapidly in recent years. Two main reasons are that people are more aware of allergies and also the human body has become more vulnerable to the allergens because of poor, chemical rich diets, affecting the immune system.

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Honey – a viscous gold

8 December, 2017

Honey is a viscous, sweet food product made by bees and other insects from the floral nectar; widely used by people in gastronomy as well as the health industry for thousands of years.

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Food poisoning – What is it all about?

17 November, 2017

Eating is, for most of us, fun and pleasurable and this is how it always should be. Unfortunately, sometimes we can be put at risk of food poisoning by poor quality products, incorrect handling, bad procedures or cross-contamination. What causes food poisoning? What are the symptoms? How dangerous for our health can it be, and what are the treatments? I will try to answer these questions to help you protect yourself in the future.

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Organic food – truths and myths

3 November, 2017

Organic food sales grow every year by few percent worldwide. Is it because of trend or conscious decision of the customers? How many of us really know what “organic” is and what are advantages and disadvantages of that farming method? I will try to bring you closer truths and myths about it.

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Eat tastier and cheaper – Eat the seasons

27 October, 2017

Have you ever thought how to cut costs of food that you are buying home and improve the taste of your dishes? This is not only about your chef skills or looking for discounts in your local supermarket. The answer is much easier. Eat the seasons.

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Reviews – how does it work?

29 September, 2017

One of my biggest hobbies is to visit restaurants, street food markets or any other spots serving interesting dishes. I would like to share my experience from this places and review them for you so next time you will be looking for somewhere to go out in your hometown or when travel you will have some reference.

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