French Cheese: Is It Really as Good as They Say?

French Cheese: Is It Really as Good as They Say?

Short answer: Yes.

Long answer: Check out this incredible cheese display in a French market. Can I have one of each, please?

French traditional cheese makers on Wednesday urged governments and lawmakers to protect raw milk cheese products as an increasing number of industrial cheeses made out of pasteurized milk hit markets worldwide.

As France was celebrating its national “Cheese Day”, raw milk cheese manufacturers organised several events across France to praise health benefits of raw milk on the human body.

“The real issue for Western societies is our immune systems,” Veronique Richez-Lerouge, with local cheese association “Fromages de terroirs” told Reuters.

“Why do people suffer food intolerance? Why are people more and more resistant to antibiotics? It is because they do not eat enough living foods and notably raw milk or cheese made from raw milk.”

Carlos Yescas, a program director for the US-based Oldways Cheese Coalition, said he believed France’s cheeses were at risk as small farmers and their ancestral know-how were slowly disappearing in the wake of competition brought on by large dairy companies using pasteurized milk. (Reporting by Reuters Television; Writing by Matthias Blamont)

French Cheese: Is It Really as Good as They Say?

For 1 Dollar, What Can You Eat in Vietnam?

Vietnamese food is known to be both healthy and robust in flavour, thanks its generous combination of fresh herbs and greens, paired with rice, noodles, seafood, pork and beef. While many cities such as Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City offer plenty of fine-dining venues and five-star hotel restaurants decked out in extravagant settings, some of the best (and most authentic) Vietnamese delicacies are actually found at roadside eateries, vibrant street markets, and humble-looking restaurants.

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French Cheese: Is It Really as Good as They Say?

5 Restaurants in Bangkok You Can Still Visit at 3:00 Am

In no particular point of the day can a food lover’s stomach be knocked by crazy, violent hunger pangs. Be it morning, evening or late night, when the food cravings kick in, we cannot do anything but find a restaurant that can help us settle it down.

In a very popular restaurant in Sukhumvit, known as Indulge Restaurant, you can dig in the food at any point of the day, be it breakfast, lunch, brunch or dinner (including late night food Bangkok). Our culinary experts here prepare plethora of sumptuous and lip-smacking dishes throughout the day.

Some of the most delectable dishes that you can indulge in at Indulge Restaurant as the late night food Bangkok are:

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French Cheese: Is It Really as Good as They Say?

I Tried Durian From 3 Different Southeast Asian Countries So You Don’t Have To

“Durian is a metaphor for how funky or possibly gross Southeast Asian cuisine can be,” said Chawadee Nualkhair, an author and food writer based in Bangkok. “It’s a way to illustrate foreignness … a shorthand for wacky.”

That’s the view from the West. But it’s difficult to overstate how silly these videos look from East and Southeast Asia. In fact, their comments sections are often filled with durian lovers from countries such as Malaysia or Singapore expressing annoyance.

Across Asia, durian is actually selling like never before. Long a coveted fruit, the durian has in recent years become the focus of a full-on, food craze.

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French Cheese: Is It Really as Good as They Say?

Portugal’s Coffee: A Sumptuous and Delectable Treat

When we say coffee, Portugal isn’t always the first country that comes to mind. That’s why it shocked me the first time I went to Portugal just how much the Portugese love their coffee! I sat at this little cafe – but absolutely packed – and watched as each cup was served with finesse.

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French Cheese: Is It Really as Good as They Say?

Tracing the Origin of Udon

Udon (饂飩, usually written as うどん) is a type of thick, wheat-flour noodle used frequently in Japanese cuisine. It is often served hot as a noodle soup in its simplest form, as kake udon, in a mildly flavoured broth called kakejiru, which is made of dashi, soy sauce, and mirin.

The flavour of broth and topping vary from region to region. Usually, dark brown broth, made from dark soy sauce (koikuchi shōyu), is used in eastern Japan, and light brown broth, made from light soy sauce (usukuchi shōyu), is used in western Japan. This is noticeable in packaged instant noodles, which are often sold in two different versions for east and west. Currynanban is another popular variation, served in curry broth.

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