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Salmon tartare with maple sugar
Salmon tartare with maple sugar

A lover of savory and sweet recipes, you will certainly like this original recipe for salmon tartare accompanied by...

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Maple-Mustard Ribs
Maple-Mustard Ribs

Discover a delicious recipe for maple and mustard ribs. Savor these tender and flavorful ribs with authentic Canadian...

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Lovers’ Day in Quebec
Lovers’ Day in Quebec

Valentine's Day, or lovers' day, is important in Quebec. Considered a day dedicated to love, it is celebrated by both...

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Top 10 romantic places in Canada
Top 10 romantic places in Canada

Despite the ambient cold, you will not regret visiting Canada at this time of year. The low tourist season will also...

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Valentine's Day: Berry and maple tartlet-recipe
Valentine's Day: Berry and maple tartlet-recipe

To properly celebrate this special day, discover the recipe for a berry and maple tartlet, ideal to be enjoyed with...

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The wild berries of Canada

Canada is teeming with wild berries, with over two hundred species of wild berries. Among the most popular, we find the bay of cranberry and the bay of cornflower.

 
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  • History of fishing in Newfoundland
    History of fishing in Newfoundland

    The history of fishing in Newfoundland, an Atlantic maritime province with a rich and diverse biodiversity. A province inhabited by indigenous populations living from fishing and hunting.

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  • Harvesting wild blueberries in Canada
    Harvesting wild blueberries in Canada
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    Blueberries are Canada's most widely grown and exported fruit. It grows there in cultivation or wild in some regions. The wild blueberry has more taste and would also have more benefits than its cultivated version. It is found in impressive quantities in the region around Lac Saint Jean. These small, fleshy, fragile and robust berries must be carefully picked when picked. Find out more through this article.

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  • The specificity of Canadian cranberries
    The specificity of Canadian cranberries

    This small red berry with a sour, bitter and acid taste is endemic to the Americas. It is mainly grown in the United States and Canada. The latter is the second largest cranberry producer in the world after the United States. Are there any notable differences between the Canadian cranberry and those found elsewhere? We answer you through this short article.

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  • How to use cranberry juice?
    How to use cranberry juice?

    Cranberry is a small tart red berry the size of a cherry, native to North America. Today, very popular, this berry is consumed in many forms: raw, dried, in powder, in tea, in jam, in compote, in syrup, in vinaigrette, coated in chocolate and of course in juice! Like most fruits, consuming them whole provides better nutritional results. So here are the reasons and benefits why you won't want to part with your cranberry juice and especially the best ways to use it!

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  • Cranberries and urinary tract infections
    Cranberries and urinary tract infections

    The cranberry, or cranberry, is traditionally consumed in North America to fight urinary tract infections. It would contain active ingredients helping to protect the body against the pathogenic agents responsible for these infections. We tell you more in this article.

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  • Sea buckthorn: an unknown fruit
    Sea buckthorn: an unknown fruit
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    Introduced to Canada in the 1930s, sea buckthorn is a fruit shrub belonging to the Eleagnacea family. Although it is often unknown to the general public, this shrub nevertheless contains significant energy and nutritional resources. Sea buckthorn indeed has many health benefits, due to its multiple bioactive components. What are the origins of this shrub and how is it exploited in Canada? Why should we consider the virtues of sea buckthorn more? Overview of the different characteristics of...

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  • Blueberry Pollination in Canada: The Magic of Bees
    Blueberry Pollination in Canada: The Magic of Bees

    Some bees are among the good pollinators, they greatly contribute to the transfer of pollen. As a result, they undoubtedly play a crucial role in the production of blueberries. What are these species? And what are their respective roles in blueberry pollination in Canada?

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  • All about cranberry harvesting in Canada
    All about cranberry harvesting in Canada
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    This fruit, which represents Canada very well, is endemic to North America. This red and sour berry is widely cultivated in Quebec and British Columbia. Only the American cranberry or large-fruited cranberry varieties are used for trade.

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  • Discover the benefits of Cranberries
    Discover the benefits of Cranberries

    Cranberries are small, red, hard, round fruits, the flavor of which is described by many as being both bitter and sour. They grow on vines in freshwater bogs, primarily in the northern United States and southern Canada.

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  • Wild blueberries for the people of Lac Saint Jean
    Wild blueberries for the people of Lac Saint Jean

    Blueberries, these tiny blue-black berries with a slightly tart taste, have become Canada's most exported fruit. In fact, thousands of hectares of wild blueberries grow naturally near Lac Saint Jean and neighboring regions of Quebec.

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