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C for Celery

C for CELERY

When the streets are covered with carpets of leaves and chestnuts are being slammed in the park, on the streets and in the gardens, we know that it is time to change the seasons in the kitchen.

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poached eggs

How to poach eggs in casserole and steam-oven

This method allows you to get your poached egg in your Lunchbox and brake it over your greens once ready to have your gourmet lunch.

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10 tricks for cooking meat

The best 10 poultry cooking techniques and tips

What would family gatherings be without the time-honored roast bird? But beyond the favorite chicken, all types poultry can be roasted. roasted duck Here are our tested tricks: Protect the flavor - Before roasting, loosen the skin on the breast by gently easing it away from the flesh with your fingers. Press in softened butter [...]
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home-made breads

Homemade baked bread. Why?

Home-made bread is healthier, safer, with more fiber, less salt, no additives, and palm oil. In fact, home-made bread does not contain any additives, enhancers and flavors, and yet is much more delicious.

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M for Mung Beans

M for Mung Beans

Although they’re less popular than chickpeas or black beans, mung beans have some huge health benefits to offer!

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Pumpkin recipes

P for Pumpkin

Pumpkin is a low-calorie, high-nutrition product that is hidden in vitamins and minerals, high in fiber, and gives us 100% of our daily needs for vitamin A. Pumpkins provide lots of vitamin C, riboflavin, potassium, honey, manganese and small but significant amounts of vitamin E (alpha tocopherol), thiamine, niacin, vitamin B6, folic acid, iron, magnesium, […]

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Salad dressing with ginger

Best recipes with ginger for Lunchbox

Ginger is valued for its medicinal and culinary properties for thousands of years, Ginger is a versatile addition to soups, sauces, marinades, and a number of other dishes, from baked apples to stir-fried vegetables. A cup of tea is widely popular, not just for pleasant flavor, but soothing qualities.  

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