What does the Parisian woman eat during the quarantine?

The Covid-19 unfortunately continues its progression in France and the French are also rushing to the supermarkets to stock up on food: pasta, pasta and more pasta... However, simple rules exist to continue to eat healthily during the quarantine. Here are 10 recommendations that can be read in the French press these days… (attention all these recommendations are only during this crisis, it is important to exercise also at home and to maintain a healthy lifestyle as much as possible).

ead2b7a1272bce5d6bf20e9b4a3a24191. For starchy foods, think of wholemeal pasta, for example. To change potatoes, you can also buy lentils, semolina or quinoa.

2. Also buy canned vegetables such as green beans or peas/carrots. Roots are the best preserved vegetable, such as carrots or turnips. It's also leek season, a good idea for soups or fondues. Canned ratatouille or mixed vegetables are also available on the market and are an interesting alternative.20150812-tomato-coulis-peeling-vicky-wasik-7

3. Use tomato coulis or peeled tomatoes for soups, sauces, pizzas, etc.

4. Soups are still a necessary source of simple vegetables for the whole family.

5. For proteins, you can buy eggs, a few cans of tuna, mackerel, sardines, etc.

6. To also have some quick meals, you can buy chili, cassoulet, duck confit, ravioli, etc.

b14b505937e3dbe81405cdcda22ab81c8. For meat, you can buy good quality frozen ground steaks with 5% fat.

7. The consumption of Vitamin C, oranges and kiwi seems to be recommended. If you really can't find downloadany more you can buy canned fruit, pineapple, apricots, but be careful to rinse them well to remove some sugar and additives.

bar16x98. Many of us need chocolate... no need to advise you to take it as "dark" as possible."

9. Beware of excess sugar which, while it may seem comforting for the morale, remains a great enemy !!!unnamed

 

 

10. you're "stuck" at home, it's the perfect time to cook rather than buy ready-made!

Courage !

Don't forget to read the labels carefully and to prefer products with as few additives as possible.

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