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L'alimentation des enfants racontée aux parents

Children's diet told to the parents

Fifteen remarkable places across the world


S. Nicklaus, J. Desessard

Edition 2017

Do singular, strange or unknown lands still exist? The American canyons, Iceland, the Apennine Mountains from behind the clouds, Nazca, the Sultanate of Oman, Santorin, Transylvania, Yellowstone and so on. This book lists a selection of international geological sites, some of them famous, others more unexpected, all surprising, which illustrate the main special features of Earth science.


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Aimez vos plantes invasives

Enjoy Your Invasive Plants

Eat Them!


F. Couplan

Edition 2015

The author sketches 57 invasive plants from Western Europe on separate sheets. He describes their past and present uses, mainly their culinary virtues, and proposes recipes for 36 of them. From those you meet every day without paying them attention to those whose fruit you have already tasted without knowing them to be invasive (Morus alba with edible berries, Rosa rugosa with hips chock full of vitamin C or Barbary figs and the "Acacia flowers" from which comes the eponymous honey) via edible species close to species commonly used in our food (sorghum, grape, Jerusalem artichoke), you will discover invasive plants with recipes that are as delicious as they are surprising.


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Faut-il sentir bon pour seduire ?

Is Seduction Reliant on Smelling Good?

120 Keys to Understanding Smells


R. Salesse

Edition 2015

Good or bad, smells give us information constantly on our environment, move us or bring back memories. This little book proposes following what becomes of the olfactory message, from the nose to the brain, to discover how our sense of smell, the olfactory memory, works and how the odorants trigger or modulate our behaviour. 


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With or Without Sugar?

With or Without Sugar?

90 Keys to Understanding Sugar


P. Reiser

Edition 2015

We have an innate taste for sugar, which is now found in all our kitchens and in numerous foods. Was it always like this? Why does sugar taste so good? Does sugar addiction exist? Which sugars are most consumed worldwide? How is a sugar crystal or candy floss formed? What are the sweeteners of the future? The book is chance to explore in ninety questions the long and short history of sugar and sweeteners, the mechanisms of the sugary taste, the roles of sugar in food and its effects on health.


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Does Salt Grow in the Sun?

Does Salt Grow in the Sun?

120 Keys to UnderStanding Salt


P. Laszlo

Edition 2012

Is salt required to make soap?Is salt need to mummify?Is the Dead Sea really lifeless?Why does water dissolve salt?Why do you put salt in a champagne bucket?The author answers original, concise and highly-educational questions lightheartedly and with plenty of humour.The book provides the basics of everything you need to know about salt and what makes it so culturally rich.

 


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Sense of Smell and Taste

Sense of Smell and Taste

From the Neurobiology of Chemical Senses to the Applications


R. Salesse, R. Gervais

Edition 2012

From the receivers to consumer behaviour and biological control and beyond that, towards the future bio-electronic applications, this book takes stock of current knowledge on the reception and processing of olfactory and taste messages and their biological and social implications.


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Cours de gastronomie moléculaire n°1

Cours de gastronomie moléculaire n°1

Culinary Science, Technology and Technique - How Are they Linked?


H. This

Edition 2009

Molecular gastronomy according to Hervé This. An astonishing work where epistemology blends with technology: How to "invent"? How to promote scientific results as a means of innovating ?


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Épices, aromates et condiments

Épices, aromates et condiments


M. Arvy, F. Gallouin

Edition 2003

Savez-vous que plus de 700 espèces de poivriers sont recensées dans le monde ? Qu'il existe quelque 200 espèces de théiers, une centaine d'espèces de thyms ou de vanilliers ? Connaissez-vous les parties comestibles des plantes utilisées ? Leurs propriétés médicinales ? Les composés à l'origine de la « flaveur » tant recherchée par les gastronomes ? Ou encore les meilleurs mélanges ? À travers une description précise des nombreuses plantes utilisées par l'homme, les auteurs invitent le lecteur à un voyage dans le monde fascinant et riche des épices, aromates et condiments.


Diffusion/Distribution libraires exclusive : Belin Diffusion


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