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04.11.2019 Hannah Rohrlach

Olympia Yarger is a cutting edge Australian insect farmer on a mission

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Œuf, avocat, poisson gras, noix… La diète cétogène ne donne pas dans le light, au contraire ! ©Shutterstock/George Dolgikh
27.09.2019 Jelena Ristic

The craze for the ketogenic diet has now gone global. However, its credo “sugar is dead, long live fat” seems partly counterintuitive.

5 min. Be the first to leave a comment
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29.07.2019 Olivier Mottaz

With his feet firmly in the soil and his head in the clouds, this curious Protestant hedonist sculpts high-quality wines.

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Larger than life : un ancien cep du domaine de Seppeltsfield sur fond de ciel étoilé. ©Seppeltsfield
18.07.2019 Hannah Rohrlach
Located in one of Australia’s prized wine regions, Seppeltsfield has an offering like no other: the chance to taste century-old, single-origin wine.
6 min. Be the first to leave a comment
Une profession en lien avec la santé publique. Ici : inspecteurs fédéraux examinant des carcasses, États-Unis, 1910. ©Shutterstock/Everett Historical
25.06.2019 Robert Gloy

Young Swiss people are showing no interest in this skilled trade. To restore their image, butchers are focusing on proximity and tasty recipes.

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Dans La Traversée de Paris, Louis de Funès incarne un boucher avide et dénué de scupules. ©DR
21.05.2019 Emilie Boré
On screen, butchers are ambivalent characters. Associated with death and nourishment, they incite both fear and fascination. The cold chamber awaits…
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L'agriculture de demain se pratiquera peut-être en partie
17.04.2019 Antonio Rosati

The biospheres of Nemo’s Garden, submerged off the Ligurian coast, are home to a new form of organic farming.

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25.03.2019 Hannah Rohrlach

Wattleseed is one of the most versatile Australian bush foods, favoured for its nutty taste, nutrient density, and drought hardiness.

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Si tout ce qui brille n’est pas or, tout ce qui se mange mobilise les cinq sens et naturellement le cerveau.
22.02.2019 Sebastian Dieguez
If there’s one thing neurogastronomy can teach us, it’s that when it comes to food, sometimes it’s better to rack our brains.
3 min. Be the first to leave a comment
En cuisine, contrairement aux apparences, la maladresse n’est pas toujours mauvaise conseillère…
22.01.2019 Jean-Pierre Tutrone
Culinary mistakes aren’t always a disaster and may accidentally result in the creation of new recipes that prove to be a huge success.
10 min. Be the first to leave a comment
De l’eau, de l’électronique, des diffuseurs : la base des cocktails du troisième millénaire ?
18.12.2018 Nicolas Godinot
The press has revealed a taste of the future, where a clever cocktail of electronics will change water into wine and trick our senses. Fancy giving it a try?
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Avec son goût caractéristique, le panettone ramène bien des gourmands aux Noëls de leur enfance.
26.11.2018 Diana Danko
This light and airy dome-shaped loaf cake is an inimitable sweet treat at Christmastime.
4 min. Be the first to leave a comment
Les noisettes du Piémont enrobées de chocolat blanc, au lait ou noir : des pépites à damner tous les chercheurs d’or gourmand…
19.11.2018 William Türler
Tristan Carbonatto is fascinated by the art of making chocolate. He shares his enthusiasm with his team of fifteen employees in his Swiss workshop.
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Elie Metchnikoff, découvreur de la phagocytose et pionnier des recherches sur les probiotiques
30.10.2018 Barbara Orland
Ilya Metchnikoff promoted yoghurt as beneficial to health and longevity. Why was that?
5 min. Be the first to leave a comment
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02.10.2018 Jean-Pierre Tutrone
Technology and concerns for health and the environment are set to bring major changes to jobs in food production. Here’s how.
7 min. Be the first to leave a comment
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