6 Inspiring Habits the French Can Teach Us About Household Food Management

Some Food for Thoughts on the French National Day – Part 2 Today is the National Day of France and if the French have something to celebrate as a nation, it is doubtlessly their authentic food culture. The French attitude towards food is so unique, that in 2010 the French Gastronomical Meal was enlisted...
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From Christmore to Christless – How to avoid food coma and other useful tricks

So it’s here. Those few days we’ve been waiting for all year or at least since the first week after summer vacation. Christmas has arrived and NY eve is coming, but in just a few hours after the holidays have officially started, it turns into Christmore. We are having too much of it and immediately...
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Face it, you can’t be sure what is stocked at home. Get in control with a simple way of making your complete groceries and pantry inventory.

What’s in your pantry? Rice, beans, canned tuna, muesli, a jar of mixed nuts, a marmalade for sure. But not sure if it’s strawberry or blueberry and definitely not sure if it has been there since last spring or since 2013. Keeping tabs on everything that is in our cupboards, fridge and freezer...
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This article has passed its ‘best by’ date, but it’s not spoiled. You shouldn’t be either. See why food labeling is costly and 7 ways to prevail.

It’s a block of chocolate, not a block of concrete. So what’s written on it is not actually set in stone. These are just advisory regulations, not the Ten Commandments written on stone tablets that should be blindly abided. In other words, the labels on our food are useful guiding lights, yet in...
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