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The Preservation Society
It was good old William Shakespeare who coined the phrase “in a pickle” and it is certainly true that pickling, preserving and fermenting are some of the oldest methods of food preservation. These processes fell out of favour with the advent of mass refrigeration but have now firmly wormed their way back into fashion. All things bacterial and vinegary have sloughed off their slightly fusty image and have become super cool.
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The Rise and Rise of Sourdough
One of my great weaknesses is my love of bread, in any shape or form. A particular favourite is sourdough which is fortuitous as this delicious bread seems to be enjoying something of a renaissance. Apparently we can’t get enough of it and practically every artisanal bakery from here to John O’Groats is offering their own range of sourdough loaves to meet this increasing demand.
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Why you Should Switch to Plant-Based Milk
If you have ever thought about switching up your everyday cows’ milk in your coffee or cereal, then now is the time! Founded by Plant-Based News in 2017, this campaign has proved popular in helping people switch to plant-based milk alternatives. From soya to rice, cashews to coconut there’s so many options to choose from.
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Deal or No Deal- How Will We Eat Post Brexit?
Regular readers of my blogs will be aware that I like to bang the drum for eating seasonally and buying locally. When we exit the EU on 31st October 2019 it’s highly possible that we will have no choice in this as food importation may be affected- at least in the short term.
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Cooking by Degrees
It won’t be long before September rolls around again and a new batch of students will be wending their way to their chosen University. In these upcoming weeks there are multitude of things to think about but it is fundamentally important not to let the subject of what you’re going to eat throughout the term slide down the list.
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