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Foie gras, France’s favourite dish

Foie gras, France’s favourite dish

    French cuisine is very rich. There are hundreds of recipes some of which have gone all around the world and today make up a part of the world’s gastronomic heritage. French people love inventing new recipes and adore cooking for their friends and...
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Duck foie gras or goose foie gras, which should I choose?

Duck foie gras or goose foie gras, which should I choose?

  Aesthetically speaking duck foie gras seems more appetising with its beautiful beige-orange colour. Uncooked, goose foie gras has a pretty pink colour but the colour becomes a little duller once cooked, with lightly grey tones.    As for cooking, g...
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Dishes to avoid for a pregnant woman

Dishes to avoid for a pregnant woman

 Even if the risks are low, certain foods are not to be recommended for pregnant women. All uncooked products or not sufficiently cooked may contain dangerous bacteria for a pregnant woman and her baby.Foie gras preserve (jarred foie gras) has no suc...
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foie gras, cheese and customs

foie gras, cheese and customs

               According to a number of studies, foie gras and cheese are the 2 products that French-food lovers crave and miss most.  However, unlike wine and certain other French specialties, getting your hands on good foie gras and traditionally p...
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