Apple Sage 125g
This recipe is surprising and very powerful. The taste refers directly to the forest and its texture is creamy. Slightly acidic scent first becomes sage and then turmeric brings an exotic touch. It is ideal as a companion of vegetables, meat, fish, as part of lentil pate, chickpeas, eggplant, etc., but also for desserts: In cake it is very original. It is great for shrimp, smoked trout and avocado.
Saltimbocca was one of the producer's favorite dishes. Madre e Hija was looking for a recipe that would allow her to incorporate sage. With the apple Dalinsweet BIO she has found an excellent combination. She also wanted to add color and exoticism, which is why she immediately thought of BIO turmeric from Mayotte, manufacturer Chambas Saveurs. For our body to assimilate turmeric, it must be accompanied by pepper or oil (or both). And organic currants compensate for the citric acid. "An apple a day keeps the doctor away," they say for the apple.
Quercetin and other flavonoids in apples reduce the risk of coronary heart disease. The apple contains pectin, a soluble fiber that can lower cholesterol and prevent the oxidation of LDL cholesterol (the "bad"), which is crucial for preventing heart attack. It also reduces the risk of asthma and improves lung function.
A medicinal plant that has been used since antiquity has the scientific name Salvia, Latin salvare, which means "healing". The Romans and before them the Egyptians already knew the medicinal qualities of the sage; In addition, the first one collected it during ceremonies and without tools, while the latter used it for the treatment of infertility. Sage is also one of the oldest crops since the 13th century. At the time, there was also a popular saying, "Why should a man die while sage grows in his garden?" This aromatic and medicinal plant then entered into the composition of several preparations. By order of Francis I, sage was used to produce Arquebusadic water, which was originally intended to treat wounds caused by a gun, the Arquebuse, before it quickly became a traditional cure against many of them pathologies. Dried leaves were also smoked for a long time to combat asthma. Today, the medicinal properties of sage are recognized for "the treatment of minor digestive problems as well as excessive sweating and local application against inflammation of the mouth, throat and skin". It combats hot flashes during menopause and is a source of vitamin K necessary for the synthesis of proteins involved in blood clotting and for bone formation. It is also a good ally to facilitate the digestion of fatty foods.
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