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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.

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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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J’annonce la couleur : je suis biodégradable et recyclable. Mais suis-je pour autant compostable ?
20.08.2018 Aude Reymond
It seems reasonable to assume that all containers labelled as ‘bio-based’ can be thrown away with our green waste. Sheer fallacy or a good habit?
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11.02.2016 The Alimentarium Team

Emulsions have long since been one of our favourite kinds of food. They are a blend of two liquids that would normally not mix together. Two great classics of our culinary heritage illustrate this perfectly.

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25.11.2015 The Alimentarium Team
Frozen delicacies are not a modern invention: the first iced desserts appeared in China in 3000 BCE, while the first sorbet machines arrived on the market in 1872.
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29.10.2015 The Alimentarium Team
Sugars are part of our everyday lives and are our main source of energy. Sometimes referred to as carbohydrates, they can either be simple or complex, such as the starch contained in bananas.
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15.10.2015 The Alimentarium Team
Milk has been part of a symbiotic relationship between humans and animals spanning thousands of years. Consumption of milk is closely linked to domestication and has enabled humans to create a wide range of consumer products in all sorts of regional variations across the world.
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29.01.2014 Shivani Bothra

A breakfast without cheese, yoghurt or coffee with frothed milk? Shivani Bothra begins her day with entirely different foods.

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