Eating the French way with seasonal products in January

January is a cold month in most of France and carrots, cabbages, turnips and leeks can be found in abundance. It is therefore the perfect time for Pot-au-feu and Potée. At the fishmonger, you will find a lot of oysters, sear urchins, scallops, sea basses and rays. The salad of the month is lamb’s lettuce, … Continue reading Eating the French way with seasonal products in January

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Demystifying the French breakfast

Incredible food and wine are an essential part of French culture and with all that fatty food, one would wonder how French women manage to stay so thin! Well, being a French women who lived in Paris for many years myself, I am going to let you in on a little secret: French women don’t … Continue reading Demystifying the French breakfast

Announcing the Sophonie’s Kitchen YouTube Channel

It is with great excitement that I officially announce the launch of the Sophonie’s Kitchen YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFFJY_lnGRoFGQ4WBIX1FNQ - a place to view how to make all my recipes! To kick off my channel, I’ve created a short video to tell you a bit more about myself, Sophonie's Kitchen and this channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mOSISg-lEGg If you have … Continue reading Announcing the Sophonie’s Kitchen YouTube Channel

How to get your protein intake after a workout on a vegan diet

It is not a secret that proteins are important to consume after any type of exercise as it helps increase its impact. And anyone undertaking any kind of exercise routine is definitely going to need more protein than someone who doesn’t. There is however a common misconception that a vegan or vegetarian diet lacks protein. … Continue reading How to get your protein intake after a workout on a vegan diet