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  • Salad dressing with mustard and orange

    Salad dressing with mustard and orange is an easy, delicious and healthy salad dressing to make at home. This dressing is special as it uses components in the citrus juice and the mustard as natural emulsifiers to create a stable (olive) oil in ...
  • Fermentation

    Fermentation is the conversion of food components by enzymes or friendly bacteria.  Examples of fermentation of milk are yoghurt and raw milk cheeses.  Other examples are gravad lax, sauerkraut and fermented bean (soy) and fish sauces. The latter ...
  • Cold smoking

    Smoking of oily foods over a wood fire with sufficient distance to the heat of the fire is a well-known way to preserve them. The smoke impairs a specific smoky taste, but also kills bacteria and prevents them from growing.  Examples are smoked ...
  • Treatment by a food approved acid

    fish Sprinkling raw fish with an organic acid makes the flesh more firm. Examples are: acetic acid (vinegar), citic acid (lemon juice), maleic acid (apple vinegar) or tartaric acid (wine). The flesh looks as if it is partially heat treated. The ...
  • Cooking without heat treatment – raw

    (raw or cured such as souring, pickling, fermenting, smoking) Raw Quite a few foods we appreciate eating raw: (peeled) fruit, nuts and vegetables such as in salads are perhaps the best examples. But also meat (beef carpaccio) or fish (sashimi or ...