cidre

Cider drink blog

Cider Sparkling drink blog

Some blogs about cider. The origin of cider goes back to the dawn of time. We find traces of this "apple wine" among the Hebrews, Romans and Greeks. ... In Biscay (Basque Country) was consumed "Phitarra", a drink obtained from pieces of apples and honey boiled in water. Light and sweet, the taste of sweet cider approaches apple juice. Raw cider is less sweet, with a maximum of 28 g of sugar per liter, and generally has around 4 to 5% vol. Its distinctive flavor is accompanied by a thirst-quenching effect. Cider is also a source of sorbitol, a natural polyol that aids digestion by promoting bile secretion and transit. Finally, it is rich in polyphenols, powerful antioxidants found in certain fruits and vegetables that fight against the effects of aging. A drink that has it all! It is a way of consuming apples in a liquid way. Cider was a sovereign drink. Hippocrates already recommends all the benefits of "apple wine" a drink made from fermented juice which truly becomes cider during the first millennium. We owe its invention to the inhabitants of Biscay in northern Spain. For your store or establishment, do not hesitate to contact our expert digital agency for all your digital needs: virtual tour, sponsored article, ... explore our digital services : virtual visit for showroom, 360 ° photo, panorama, virtual solution and ask for your free quote.

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  • Want To Join Our Market Team? May 23, 2022
    Haykin Family Cider is looking for new friendly faces to join our Market Team. We are looking for fun, dynamic, and excited apple enthusiasts to help taste and sell cider at farmers markets around Denver and Boulder and in our tasting room! If you like being outdoors, chatting with foodies, shocking people with how cool […]
    Talia Haykin
  • FOURTH ANNIVERSARY PARTY January 18, 2022
    What a crazy ride this year (these two years?) has been! We started to feel some normalcy this year, life started to come back a little bit. We are so excited so celebrate our fourth year with you in person again. It’s one of our favorite times of the year - getting to meet our […]
    Talia Haykin
  • Appalachian Apple Hunter June 22, 2021
    Here’s a fascinating article from Atlas Obscura about Tom Brown, an Appalachian apple hunter who has rescued 1000 varieties from disappearing! It’s an interesting piece that shows how important this work is and why we don’t have much longer to get information from our elders. Commercial orchards in the U.S. grew about 14,000 unique apple […]
    Talia Haykin
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  • SUMMER CIDER SOCIETY BOX June 24, 2022
    This June, we released our latest Cider Society Box, complete with four bottles of Virtue Cider including Abeille, goldenhour, Les Fleurs Royales, and Papillon. The Cider Society Box brings the glow of goldenhour, the scent of lavender and the taste of sweet, local honey right to your doorstep. Abeille is a cider with honey that […]
    Virtue Cider (admin)
  • PRIDE IN WEST MICHIGAN June 12, 2022
    PRIDE in Holland, Michigan is a celebratory time of the wonderful, beautiful, and resilient members of the LGBTQ+ community and its allies.  This year, we have the privilege of hosting the Holland PRIDE Drag Show, an afterparty to Holland Pride, at Virtue Farm. Coming back for a second year, ​​the PRIDE Drag Show will feature […]
    Virtue Cider (admin)
  • FATHER'S DAY GIFTING June 6, 2022
    Dads can be hard to shop for. We put together our top three gift ideas for the father figure in your life. Whether it’s a dad, grandfather, friend, or uncle, Father’s Day is a time to celebrate important people in your life. 1. Father's Day BBQ Bundle Stuffed with Old Spot 2019 (500mL) and 2021 […]
    Virtue Cider (admin)

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  • Interview series: MATT ON THE ENERGY OF UNCERTAINTY May 11, 2022
    The BRIX PROJECT interview series is a collection of conversations with the leaders of this three-year USDA-funded grant project.The BRIX PROJECT project shines a light on the power that partnerships between farms and restaurants have to shape the local economy. Brix is working with UW Madison for food sourcing analysis and outreach that can be […]
    Jonnah Perkins
  • Interview series: JULES ON WHERE ACADEMIA MEETS GRASSROOTS April 28, 2022
    The BRIX PROJECT interview series is a collection of conversations with the leaders of this three-year USDA-funded grant project.The BRIX PROJECT project shines a light on the power that partnerships between farms and restaurants have to shape the local economy. Brix is working with UW Madison for food sourcing analysis and outreach that can be […]
    Jonnah Perkins
  • Growing Apples through Unpredictable Spring Weather April 3, 2022
    Having lived in Wisconsin for a while now, I’ve become familiar with the infamous Wisconsin “false spring” - that period in late February or early March when the sun comes out and we get a hint of warm weather before, inevitably, the snow and cold return. This year, we had a few weeks in early […]
    Jules Reynolds

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  • Mill Farm Dinning Society & Twisted Cider May 9, 2022
    Mill Farm Dining Society with Chef Oli Kahan Join the Mill Farm Dining Society on Thursday, 19th May, for the very next event in the society calendar, ‘Let’s Get Twisted’! In partnership with our friends at Mill Farm, Chef Oli Kahan presents a beautiful menu designed with cider pairings in mind. Expect… The post Mill […]
    Twisted Cider
  • Local Spotlight: Cow & Apple December 6, 2021
    Aside from ensuring a consistent stream of quality South West cider varieties, here at Twisted Cider we are also heavily committed to upholding community values. The power and importance of community cannot be understated in the modern world, something we found out during the heart-warming local reaction to our devastating fire last… The post Local […]
    Twisted Cider
  • Celebrating Apple Day September 26, 2021
    It’s Apple Day on the 25 th of September and at Twisted Cider we love apples more than most. In fact, we go absolutely bonkers for apples, which is why our passionately produced South West cider is so tasty. Situated in Spring Farm, just outside Longburton in Dorset, the Twisted Cider HQ… The post Celebrating […]
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Gérald is a high-level digital expert and a digital enthusiast. Having attended elitist establishments during his studies such as Henri IV and the Sorbonne, he is one of the over-educated individuals of his generation. Holder of diplomas in HR (Human Resources), digital communication and communication / semiology, he also has multiple accreditations from the largest companies in the digital world : Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Hubspot, Salesforce, CPanel University, United States Institute of Peace (USIP), Agence nationale de la sécurité des systèmes d'information (ANSSI), etc. With many years of digital experience in different fields: associations, tourism, distributor, software publisher ... Gérald Mardirossian had the opportunity to work on both B2B and B2C issues. With many talents, he has already worked on web projects of various types, redesign, development, integration, modernization, website evolution, UX redesign, marketing automation, lead generation, outsourcing, emailing, etc. If you have a digital need or a project, you can contact us.

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Champagne drink blog

Champagne drink cocktail blog

Some blogs about champagne. Champagne, also called Champagne wine, is a French sparkling wine protected by a controlled designation of origin, the regulation of which required several centuries of gestation. Its name comes from Champagne, a region in northeastern France. Did you know ? Champagne is “good” for the heart. It contains the same antioxidants that protect your blood vessels, reduce bad cholesterol and prevent blood clots. This leads to a decrease in the risk of heart disease and stroke. Just like red wine, champagne contains antioxidants which lower bad cholesterol, protect blood vessels and prevent blood clots! So that means less risk of heart disease and stroke! Dom Pérignon began producing Champagne wines in 1668. He invented the second fermentation in the bottle, which surely makes him the founder of Champagne as we know it today. Dom Pérignon was also the first winemaker to produce a white wine with black grapes. For your store or establishment, do not hesitate to contact our expert digital agency for all your digital needs: virtual tour, sponsored article, ... explore our digital services : virtual visit for showroom, 360 ° photo, panorama, virtual solution and ask for your free quote.

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  • Sparkling Wine vs Champagne – What’s the Difference? October 16, 2021
    Sparkling wine and champagne often go hand in hand when drinking the bubbly. It is not surprising for many to be confused about the difference between the two. After all, how many people in the world are experts at bubbly besides the handful of sommeliers. Many people will be unable to identify a sparkling wine […]
    Raymond James Irwin
  • The Charmat Method October 16, 2021
    When it comes to bubbly and sparkling wine, there are all kinds and varieties to choose from. Did you know that champagne is only called champagne if it was made in the northeastern region of France called Champagne? There are other similar drinks such as Prosecco and Cava that also contain bubbles. These are merely […]
    Raymond James Irwin
  • Ice Cold Champagne – An Emerging New Trend October 16, 2021
    For those who know how detailed and intricate the process of making champagne is, one would assume that there would be a specific way on how a bottle of bubbly should be stored, served and consumed. And that assumption is not wrong! This delicate and luxurious drink must be served a certain way in order […]
    Developer
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  • 4 Best Wine Refrigerators for Small Spaces in 2022 March 12, 2022
    Want to store (and cool) wine in a compact space like an RV, a boat or yacht, or in a small apartment or condo? Wine refrigerators come in many different sizes, including large wine maturation cabinets, under counter coolers for entertaining, or stand-alone wine refrigerators. And, lucky for you, some of these refrigerators are quite […]
    Jolene Unland
  • The 6 Best Corkscrews and Wine Openers for 2022 March 4, 2022
    When it comes to opening a bottle of wine, there are a lot of products out there that can do the job.  Clever kitchen stores and gift shops market all types of wine openers to wine enthusiasts, either for our own use or as gifts.  Don’t fall prey to all those cheap wine openers marketed […]
    Jolene Unland
  • The Best Champagne Buckets February 25, 2022
    With the rise in popularity of sparkling wine and champagne, wine lovers have an increasing interest in sparkling wine accessories like champagne chiller buckets, champagne stoppers, and wine refrigerators. There’s a wide range of champagne buckets—also called champagne coolers and champagne holders—on the market, and these buckets are available at many price points. Here, we […]
    Jolene Unland

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  • Understanding More About Pink Prosecco February 16, 2021
    Pink Prosecco became official on 28 October 2020, or rather ‘Prosecco DOC Rosé’ to give it its correct name.  Before that date, Prosecco wasn’t allowed to be pink and only the white style existed.   Why? Because the Prosecco Consortiums who make the rules that govern Prosecco production didn’t allow a red grape to be used […]
    Julia Phillips
  • Prosecco Tasting Boxes – An Event in a Box October 28, 2020
    Prosecco Superiore Tasting Box   The new Prosecco Tasting Boxes are essentially a Prosecco event in a box.  A must do for any true Prosecco lover.  They capture the essence of the Prosecco tasting events I have been hosting for the past 6 ish years BC (Before Covid!).  I’d developed the events over the years […]
    Julia Phillips
  • RIVE Prosecco explained September 23, 2020
    Have you spotted the word ‘Rive’ on some Prosecco labels?  A Rive Prosecco  refers to something special and indicates a super premium quality Prosecco.  It is a fairly recent addition to the Prosecco portfolio and something any Prosecco lover ought to be aware of.  If you look at the  Prosecco Quality Pyramid below there are […]
    Julia Phillips

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  • Sparkling Wine & Spring Pairings March 18, 2022
    We may be a couple of days away from the official start of spring, but Central Texas has decided to kick things off early. Our Hill Country winery is bustling with anticipation as the Texas vineyards prepare to awaken from dormancy. We welcome this new season of growth with the release of our spring small-bite […]
    Catherine Marler
  • Wine Club Pick Up Center December 18, 2021
    If you have visited either of our beautiful Hill Country wineries over the last few months, you may have noticed a few changes. From olive trees to the Heath Sparkling Wines Member patio, our piece of paradise in Fredericksburg, Texas continues to evolve. A recent project nearing completion is our new Wine Club Pick Up […]
    Catherine Marler
  • Thanksgiving Food & Wine Pairings November 19, 2021
    As we enter the season of celebration, gathering around the table becomes the highlight of many festivities. From Fredericksburg, Texas to New York City and beyond, memories will be made as we close in on another year and reflect on all that we are thankful for. Does the thought of creating a holiday menu and […]
    Catherine Marler

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  • California Chardonnay—Walking the Talk? May 27, 2022
    In the United States, the popularity of big, oaky California Chardonnays led, in the late 1990s, to a still-thriving counter-movement called ABC—Anything But Chardonnay. Today, scores of California winemakers hammer on about the importance of… Continue reading The post California Chardonnay—Walking the Talk? appeared first on WineSpeed.
    Karen MacNeil
  • The New Super Sauvignons May 6, 2022
    One of the most exciting developments in wine over the last several years has been the emergence of a whole new class of California Sauvignon Blancs—wines that are bright, minerally, sophisticated, and complex, often with a ravishing… Continue reading The post The New Super Sauvignons appeared first on WineSpeed.
    Karen MacNeil
  • Why Don’t I Love Beaujolais More? March 11, 2022
    I should. Gamay can be a fantastic grape. And the best cru Beaujolais’ have lots of what I love in wine—precision, freshness, structure, aliveness, a core of addictively delicious fruit. But somehow I never seem… Continue reading The post Why Don’t I Love Beaujolais More? appeared first on WineSpeed.
    Karen MacNeil

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About the author of the article : Gérald Mardirossian Digital Expert

Gérald is a high-level digital expert and a digital enthusiast. Having attended elitist establishments during his studies such as Henri IV and the Sorbonne, he is one of the over-educated individuals of his generation. Holder of diplomas in HR (Human Resources), digital communication and communication / semiology, he also has multiple accreditations from the largest companies in the digital world : Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Hubspot, Salesforce, CPanel University, United States Institute of Peace (USIP), Agence nationale de la sécurité des systèmes d'information (ANSSI), etc. With many years of digital experience in different fields: associations, tourism, distributor, software publisher ... Gérald Mardirossian had the opportunity to work on both B2B and B2C issues. With many talents, he has already worked on web projects of various types, redesign, development, integration, modernization, website evolution, UX redesign, marketing automation, lead generation, outsourcing, emailing, etc. If you have a digital need or a project, you can contact us.

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caviar

Caviar blog

Caviar Luxury food Blog

Some blogs about caviar (to accompany your champagne). In the 4th century BC, Aristotle already mentions that the Greeks consumed sturgeon eggs at certain banquets. It is the first known reference to caviar. The word caviar appears in the 9th century. It would have for origin the Turkish "khavyar", (fish eggs). If the sturgeons are known by the marine people of Antiquity, the “caviar” which comes from their eggs is only mentioned since the 9th century. The Persians are the first to consume sturgeon eggs from the Caspian Sea. The character of caviar does not come from its origin (Black Sea, Caspian Sea, Chinese, Italian, French or American farms), but from the species of sturgeon that produces the eggs. There are twenty-seven in the world, divided into two families. Only Sturgeons of the famous Beluga Imperial from Iran can produce Caviar of such high quality. With its subtly iodized notes and its melting and smooth texture, it is recognized as the best caviar in the world. Beluga is the mythical caviar of the Caspian Sea. It is not produced by sturgeons over 18 years old and its grains are only bigger and more precious! On average, a kilo of Beluga caviar is estimated at nearly € 10,000, but its prices vary. Royal caviar has powerful aromas and melting eggs. Tsar Imperial® caviar has a nice ripening, nice reflections and sharp aromas. The Special Reserve® caviar is a grand cru with delicate maturing, subtle aromas, with firmer grains. For your store or establishment, do not hesitate to contact our expert digital agency for all your digital needs: virtual tour, sponsored article, ... explore our digital services : virtual visit for showroom, 360 ° photo, panorama, virtual solution and ask for your free quote.

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  • Best 3 types of Imported Caviar June 23, 2022
    What comes to your mind when you think about Caviar? Luxury, exquisiteness, flavors from the sea, all of these are true. Caviar is a whole universe. You’ll find it of all colors, textures, flavors and types. There are actually more than 27 approximately 27 different kinds of Caviar in the market. But today we’re talking […]
    genesis bemka
  • Black Truffles and Spanish Meats: a mix you’d like to try June 9, 2022
      What should we expect when cooking with two delicacies? Double flavors, double pleasure, double everything! This is the case of serving Black Truffles and Spanish Meats, a duo you’d like to try if you haven’t yet, and today Caviar Lover is sharing tips, recipes and everything you should know before serving these Truffles and […]
    genesis bemka
  • How to pair Saffron and Caviar May 25, 2022
    Saffron is probably best known as the ingredient that gives Spanish paella its vibrant, golden color. It also gives color to Indian pulaos, rice dishes such as risottos, and it has been used to flavor fish dishes and baked goods.   The “threads” or strands of Saffron are actually the stamens of a flower  that […]
    genesis bemka
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  • Nobleman Miami Grand Prix Kick-Off Event with McLaren May 12, 2022
    Last week Nobleman hosted a stunning event in Miami for the Grand Prix. McLaren showcased their Artura, the brand new Hybrid Supercar. We were in great company at the event with brands like Bremont Watches, Louis XIII Cognac, Mark Pomerantz, Armand de Brignac Champagne, Compass, Casa Dragones, Cohiba Cigars and Joseph Phelps Vineyards. See the recap […]
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  • Astrea in the Press | Mother's Day Gift Guide from Tiffany Moon April 21, 2022
    Real Housewives of Dallas Star Dr. Tiffany Moon Shares Mother's Day Gifts for Busy Moms By MARENAH DOBIN Astrea Caviar Experience Set (4-Species w/Oscietra) "I love caviar and there is an online retailer that is fabulous called Astrea Caviar, which is a female-owned business. They have samplers so you can try different kinds while you learn about caviar and […]
    Martha Cromar
  • Reuse Your Astrea Tins | Make Candles at Home April 1, 2022
    We love to find a second life for the products we use, including our caviar tins. Our team recently was inspired to gather a few of our leftover tins and create something new with them. We watched a video from Pro Candle Supply on how to make our own candles, and knew this would be […]
    Martha Cromar

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  • The best Caviar to buy in House of Caviar June 30, 2022
    Caviar is a one- of -a- kind food you should try at least once in your life. It’s worldwide known as a luxurious delicacy and there are plenty of myths about it. However, having Caviar does not mean you’ll have to empty all your pockets to afford it.It can indeed be expensive, but when exploring […]
    melissa
  • A Beginner’s Guide to Black Truffles June 15, 2022
    Black Truffle? What is that? If you’re thinking about chocolate, that’s the wrong one. Black Truffles are a symbiotic fungi that grow on the roots of trees in Europe, they’re the rarest form of truffle and some of the most exquisite culinary ingredients in the world.  In ancient times, Truffles were considered a delicacy and […]
    melissa
  • How to serve Gourmet Meats and Spices June 1, 2022
    Who could resist a nice piece  of beef or stake? Gourmet Meats are the best idea when wanting to try something tasty and nutritious. Gourmet Meats such as red meat, poultry and seafood are not a delicious treat, eating them is also consuming a source of protein and vitamins like B12, B6, K, as well […]
    melissa

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  • Let’s Celebrate with a Festive Red Cabbage Slaw February 14, 2022
    So many people are getting together, finally. Family reunions, picnics, backyard barbeques are back and so are the smiles, kisses, hugs and laughter. It’s a beautiful time to be sure. But if you are gathering and need a quick side dish, this Festive Red Cabbage Slaw recipe won’t disappoint and it is family and figure […]
    collardgreensandscaviar
  • Turned-up Tomato Soup July 20, 2021
    Grilled cheese and tomato soup are classic combinations. Some would say they are inextricably bound. While my Turned-up Tomato Soup is a wonderful accompaniment to your favorite grilled cheese sandwich, it can be consciously upcoupled (a wink and nod to Gwyneth Paltrow) and stand firmly on its own. Using fire roasted tomatoes gives the soup […]
    collardgreensandscaviar
  • This back burner broth is top shelf May 24, 2021
    I know I’ve been missing in action. I am in culinary school and it is very time consuming. Yup, it’s remote and we do all of our culinary lectures and labs at home. The very cool thing about being in school is having access to experienced culinary professionals and the ability to ask them questions […]
    collardgreensandscaviar

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  • Caspian Caviar Large Mother of Pearl Caviar Spoon July 5, 2022
    Caspian Caviar Large Mother of Pearl Caviar Spoon These charming spoons are the big brother of our little tasting spoons.. They are made from natural Mother of Pearl and are about 4.5" long. (12cm if you must.) They dont taint the caviar and are delightful in the hand. Natural Mother of Pearl from South East […]
  • Bluefin Tuna in Olive Oil 220g July 5, 2022
    Bluefin Tuna in Olive Oil 220g Bluefin Tuna is one of the great delicacies of the Mediterranean, often associated with southern Spain but also Sicily. These fish are line caught, prepared by hand and preserved in local olive oil with a little local sea salt. Bluefin is the very best type of Tuna, with intense […]
  • Staritsky Levitsky Private Cellar Ukrainian Vodka 70cl July 5, 2022
    Staritsky Levitsky Private Cellar Ukrainian Vodka 70cl Staritsky Levitsky Private Cellar 70cl As you may be aware, here at Caspian Caviar we have ditched our russian vodkas and have been able to source some very premium vodka which is distilled in the city of Lviv. The owners of the business are keeping it in operation […]

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About the author of the article : Gérald Mardirossian Digital Expert

Gérald is a high-level digital expert and a digital enthusiast. Having attended elitist establishments during his studies such as Henri IV and the Sorbonne, he is one of the over-educated individuals of his generation. Holder of diplomas in HR (Human Resources), digital communication and communication / semiology, he also has multiple accreditations from the largest companies in the digital world : Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Hubspot, Salesforce, CPanel University, United States Institute of Peace (USIP), Agence nationale de la sécurité des systèmes d'information (ANSSI), etc. With many years of digital experience in different fields: associations, tourism, distributor, software publisher ... Gérald Mardirossian had the opportunity to work on both B2B and B2C issues. With many talents, he has already worked on web projects of various types, redesign, development, integration, modernization, website evolution, UX redesign, marketing automation, lead generation, outsourcing, emailing, etc. If you have a digital need or a project, you can contact us.

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Cooking Recipes blogs to follow

Because cooking is an art but above all a pleasure and eating is important and vital for health. Here is a small selection of blogs that will give you cooking recipes, dish ideas, inspiration or just a little reading for your viewing pleasure. For your store or establishment, do not hesitate to contact our expert digital agency for all your digital needs: virtual tour, sponsored article, ... explore our digital services : virtual visit for showroom, 360 ° photo, panorama, virtual solution and ask for your free quote.

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  • Birria Tacos Recipe July 3, 2022
    Step up your next taco night with our ultimate guide to the best homemade tacos ever.
    Mike
  • Chicken Bruschetta July 1, 2022
    If you love bruschetta and want to eat it all the time, this chicken bruschetta is for you!
    Stephanie
  • Tiktok Cowboy Caviar June 29, 2022
    It’s chips and dip season and cowboy caviar is here to stay!
    Stephanie
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  • Friday Faves July 1, 2022
    Hello hello and happy almost 4th of July Friday! This weekend we’re taking our 4th of July celebrations on the road where we’ll be eating a whole lot of poke and Spam instead of the usual BBQ essentials. That didn’t keep me from celebrating early with the best grilled pork chops, deliciously fresh tabbouleh, grilled […]
    Heidi
  • Shrimp Boil June 25, 2022
    Also known as a low country boil, this classic shrimp boil comes together quick and is a fun dish to make for an interactive dinner, while on vacation, or for summer parties. My first shrimp boil was at an impromptu family party in Pensacola, FL. where I peeled and dipped and suckled every nugget of […]
    Heidi
  • Friday Faves June 24, 2022
    Hello and happy summer Friday. Mediterranean flavors are everything I’m craving now, and my dinner plate proves it with this on-repeat chickpea salad, our tomato and avocado salad with feta tossed in, and grilled shrimp with lemon rice. So fresh, so good. 27 new shows to check out this summer. I’m super interested in watching […]
    Heidi

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  • Easy Tomato Salad July 4, 2022
    Easy tomato salad with capers, herbs and a simple lemon olive oil dressing is the perfect way to use juicy, ripe tomatoes. Ingredients needed Fresh tomatoes. Use any variety of ripe tomatoes. Cherry tomatoes, Grape tomatoes, Roma tomatoes, beefsteak, etc. are all good options. Capers. Red onion. Fresh herbs: Parsley, basil, dill and oregano all work well... […]
    Alida Ryder
  • Nutella S’mores Bars July 3, 2022
    These ooey gooey s’mores bars with layers of Nutella, mini marshmallows, chocolate chips and buttery cookie dough are an irresistible treat for adults and kids alike and perfect when you need to take dessert to a pot luck or barbecue. Ingredients needed For the cookie dough: Butter (I used salted but unsalted butter can be substituted),... […]
    Alida Ryder
  • Creamy corn pasta with parmesan crusted chicken July 2, 2022
    This creamy corn pasta recipe served with crispy Parmesan crusted chicken and fresh basil is a delicious summer dinner recipe. Ingredients needed Butter.  Fresh corn. I sliced the kernels off ears of corn but frozen corn can also be used. Fresh garlic cloves.  Cream.  Fresh lemon juice.  Fresh basil.  Chilli flakes.  Salt and black pepper. ... […]
    Alida Ryder

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  • summer ricotta with grilled vegetables June 15, 2022
    Letter of recommendation: Make ricotta this summer. I was originally going to write “Ditch the burrata and make some ricotta this summer,” but neither wish to besmirch burrata nor do I plan to go tomato season without it. Should a burrata tree (it grows on trees, or must based on the frequency in which it […]
    deb
  • strawberry brita cake June 2, 2022
    I first read about brita, pardon me, Brita-Kakku, cakes — described as a typical Finnish summer cake with a based of a butter cake with a meringue baked onto it, whipped cream, and fresh berries — a few years ago and was instantly mesmerized by not just by the delicious promise of these ingredients but […]
    deb
  • poolside sesame slaw May 26, 2022
    I am very excited* to announce the opening day of what we call slaw season at the Smitten Kitchen. There is nothing better than a crunchy, lettuce-free, wilt-resistant salad in the summer, and I don’t just mean cabbage swimming in mayo. It could be broccoli or cauliflower, vegetables fine and pickled on sandwiches and tacos, […]
    deb

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Gérald Mardirossian

About the author of the article : Gérald Mardirossian Digital Expert

Gérald is a high-level digital expert and a digital enthusiast. Having attended elitist establishments during his studies such as Henri IV and the Sorbonne, he is one of the over-educated individuals of his generation. Holder of diplomas in HR (Human Resources), digital communication and communication / semiology, he also has multiple accreditations from the largest companies in the digital world : Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Hubspot, Salesforce, CPanel University, United States Institute of Peace (USIP), Agence nationale de la sécurité des systèmes d'information (ANSSI), etc. With many years of digital experience in different fields: associations, tourism, distributor, software publisher ... Gérald Mardirossian had the opportunity to work on both B2B and B2C issues. With many talents, he has already worked on web projects of various types, redesign, development, integration, modernization, website evolution, UX redesign, marketing automation, lead generation, outsourcing, emailing, etc. If you have a digital need or a project, you can contact us.

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Back care blog

Back Pain Care blog

Some blogs that talk about the back. Causes of back pain. There are many factors that can cause back pain. It can be trauma (shocks, fractures, sprains…), repeated movements (manual handling, vibrations…), osteoarthritis, but also cancerous, infectious or inflammatory diseases. More rarely, back pain may be due to inflammation of internal organs (for example, the pleura, pancreas, stomach or intestine), Bechterew's disease and other forms of inflammatory rheumatism, other metabolic diseases, infections and fractures of the vertebrae ... It is often advisable to play sports regularly so as not to have back pain. About 90% of low back pain heals without going to a doctor. If your back pain is accompanied by an inability to control your bladder and bowels, now is the time to go to the emergency room. It is a sign of a disorder of the spinal canal, such as a herniated disc or an injury. For your store or establishment, do not hesitate to contact our expert digital agency for all your digital needs: virtual tour, sponsored article, ... explore our digital services : virtual visit for showroom, 360 ° photo, panorama, virtual solution and ask for your free quote.

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  • How To Support Your Lower Back While You Sit? June 27, 2022
    How To Support Your Lower Back While You SitIn this guide, we’re offering tried and tested tips on how to support your lower back while you sit. Whether you’re driving, working in the office, or playing video games at home, the amount of time we sit on a chair, sofa or bed can all add […]
  • Which Shakti Mat Should I Buy? June 21, 2022
    Which Shakti Mat Should I Buy? If you’re thinking of tapping into the acupressure benefits of a Shakti Mat, you’ll want to know which may be right for you. There are several options with varying levels of spikiness. Which mat you should choose most likely depends on your discomfort tolerance. The first four minutes are […]
  • Contour Design June 16, 2022
    What Is The Most Ergonomic Mouse Position?If you’re trying to lead a healthier lifestyle when you work at a desk, a great place to start is ergonomics. Having the right set up at your desk ensures that you take care of your posture. In turn, this can help prevent you developing repetitive strain injuries in […]

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  • Rhomboid Muscle Pain Relief Exercises April 19, 2022
    Rhomboid muscle pain can be a short-term nuisance, or a long-term chronic condition. It can be a painful thing to live with, as well as it can limit one’s overall mobility. The Rhomboid major is a muscle that runs along both shoulder blades. It attaches to the spinous processes of the thoracic vertebrae on one […]
    Leon Turetsky (NASM-CPT, NASM-CES)
  • Do You Have Sciatica? The Slump Test January 25, 2022
    In this video, Dr. Oliver explains how to use the slump test to figure out if the symptoms you currently have are from Sciatica or not. The Slump Test for Sciatica is actually a really simple test. Essentially, what we’re looking to see is if the symptoms that are going down your leg are caused […]
    Dr. David Oliver, DC
  • Frozen Shoulder Exercises November 18, 2021
    First, What is Frozen Shoulder? Frozen shoulder, also known as adhesive capsulitis, is a thickening of connective tissue in the shoulder joint capsule.[3] It causes pain and loss of range of motion when the arm is moved actively or passively, which can make it difficult to complete daily activities.[1][2] There is only so much room […]
    Dr. Rachel Raycraft, PT, DPT

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  • Headache Treatment According to Diagnosis June 24, 2022
    If you often feel a headache, you are not alone, no matter what type it is. Headache is a common occurrence that takes a significant toll on its sufferers’ social and family life. One of the most common approaches almost every one of us brings to treat our headaches is consuming aspirin or acetaminophen right...  […]
    Jeetendra Kumar
  • Lower Back Pain on the Right Side? It Could Be Kidney Stones! June 10, 2022
    Back pain is an all-too-familiar foe of millions of Americans. It mostly goes away, so it receives little or no attention. However, severe lower back pain on the right side without any obvious trauma or injury can be problematic, mainlybecause this pain may refer to the damage or disease of your internal organs like kidneys...  […]
    Jeetendra Kumar
  • Chiropractor’s Advice After Being Involved in a Car Accident May 27, 2022
    Car accidents, no matter how big or small, can be traumatic to the body. Because virtually every car accident tends to cause a jolt to the body, the impact can throw the delicate spine out of alignment. Let’s talk about some key things your chiropractor may advise you to do and not do after you...  […]
    Jeetendra Kumar

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  • Jun 5, HOW TO 'ACTIVELY' DECOMPRESS YOUR SPINE (A SPEEDY 3 MINUTE VIDEO) June 5, 2022
    Although 'passive' spinal decompression is the mainstay and critical first step of do-it-yourself spinal treatment, you do have to get down on the floor and drape yourself passively backwards over a BackBlock. Although you may be in the grip of pain, it may not be quite convenient to dive to the floor - if you […]
  • Jun 3, IS SCOLIOSIS THE MOST OVERLOOKED SPINAL SYNDROME? Part 2. June 3, 2022
    Usually, the concave side is more symptomatic (although in the thoracic spine the convex side may cause problems where the ribs have trouble keying in to the sides of the spine). In each scoliotic curve, the apical segment – meaning the segment at the peak point of curve-buckling – is always the most compressed and […]
  • Jun 3, IS SCOLIOSIS THE MOST OVERLOOKED SPINAL SYNDROME? Part 1. June 3, 2022
    Scoliosis - particularly in it milder forms - is extremely common. One of the reasons for this is that spinal curvature is invariably associated with inequality of leg length and this too – together with a small discrepancies in foot size – is almost ubiquitous. (Slight curvature of the thoracic spine concave right is also […]

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About the author of the article : Gérald Mardirossian Digital Expert

Gérald is a high-level digital expert and a digital enthusiast. Having attended elitist establishments during his studies such as Henri IV and the Sorbonne, he is one of the over-educated individuals of his generation. Holder of diplomas in HR (Human Resources), digital communication and communication / semiology, he also has multiple accreditations from the largest companies in the digital world : Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Hubspot, Salesforce, CPanel University, United States Institute of Peace (USIP), Agence nationale de la sécurité des systèmes d'information (ANSSI), etc. With many years of digital experience in different fields: associations, tourism, distributor, software publisher ... Gérald Mardirossian had the opportunity to work on both B2B and B2C issues. With many talents, he has already worked on web projects of various types, redesign, development, integration, modernization, website evolution, UX redesign, marketing automation, lead generation, outsourcing, emailing, etc. If you have a digital need or a project, you can contact us.

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Vegan blog

Some vegan cooking blogs to read

As they say All tastes are in nature, some want to eat meat and some not. In addition, one day we will arrive in a society where there will no longer be enough animals to feed everyone so why not try vegan cuisine a little and rediscover the benefits of vegetables and seeds of all kinds ... your store or establishment, do not hesitate to contact our expert digital agency for all your digital needs: virtual visit, sponsored article, ... explore our digital services : virtual visit for showroom, 360 ° photo, panorama, virtual solution and ask for your free quote.

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  • 9 Minimalist Podcasts Offering a Fresh Take on Intentionality July 3, 2022
    With so many great podcasts out there that it can be hard to know where to start. That’s why I’ve put together a list of my favourite minimalist podcast episodes and shows. These podcasts feature interviews, stories and practical advice to help you live with more intentionality. Think of this as a curated playlist of...
    Michael Ofei
  • 7 Benefits of Circular Economy (And How You Can Participate) June 28, 2022
    The circular economy is where resources are reused and recycled instead of wasted. This model reduces environmental impact and creates several advantages for businesses and individuals. In this post, I’ll share seven benefits of the circular economy and some ways you can get involved. But first, what’s a circular economy? Circular economy: a brief overview...
    Michael Ofei
  • Do Vegans Kill Bugs? The Ethics of Crop Deaths and Insect Infestations June 25, 2022
    Do vegans kill bugs? Yes, some vegans intentionally kill insects in response to infestations, fear or self-defence. And mere human existence causes unintentional deaths to bugs every second. Since going vegan in 2014, I’ve murdered flies, mosquitos, ticks and vacuumed up the odd spider. Not to mention the slugs I’ve washed down the drain found...
    Michael Ofei
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  • Vegan Fried Eggs with “Runny Yolks” to Debut in the United States June 13, 2022
    Yo! Egg—a food-tech startup specializing in vegan eggs—has created a line of mind-blowingly realistic products. Offering plant-based fried, poached, and boiled eggs, the company makes its products using a blend of plant proteins, water, sunflower oil, flour, and other simple ingredients. The Israel-based company’s incredible products are already available at Israeli breakfast chain Benedict. Yo!...Read […]
    Hannah Bugga
  • Creating Chocolate and Social Change with Lagusta’s Luscious June 13, 2022
    We are thrilled to announce Lagusta’s Luscious as one of our eight 2022 ChooseVeg partners! Lagusta’s Luscious specializes in delicious artisanal vegan chocolates in their home town of New Paltz, New York, where they have become a leader in the community and vegan food scene.  Lagusta Yearwood founded the brand in 2003 to reflect her...Read […]
    Drae Solberg
  • Easy Vegan Jewish Recipes for Any Occasion June 7, 2022
    These 15 vegan Jewish recipes are easy to make during the holidays or year-round. Shalom! The post Easy Vegan Jewish Recipes for Any Occasion appeared first on ChooseVeg.
    Kimberly Johnson

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  • Vegan Elote Soup July 4, 2022
    The Art of Soups & Stews is a new monthly recipe column in which Best of Vegan contributor Devorah Bowen delves into her treasure trove of satisfying, comforting, cost-effective, and low-waste vegan soup and stew recipes. In today’s article, Devorah shares her recipe for vegan elote soup that’s sweet, creamy, easy to make, and is […]
    Best of Vegan
  • Ian’s Simple Vegan Shakshuka July 2, 2022
    Ian’s Simple Vegan Shakshuka recipe is an exclusive from Henry Firth and Ian Theasby’s new cookbook BOSH! on a Budget. Click here to find out where you can order it. Disclaimer: the cookbooks we feature are independently selected by our Best of Vegan editors and are in no way sponsored by the author and/or the […]
    Best of Vegan
  • One Bowl Vegan Peanut Banana Bread July 1, 2022
    If you ever find yourself waking up on a hot summer morning to an empty fridge (aside from a half-used carton of soy milk), and a bunch of overripe bananas on the counter, this one bowl vegan peanut banana bread recipe is for you! Sometimes it’s hard to believe that you can throw just a […]
    Best of Vegan

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  • Vegan Stuffed Mushrooms June 29, 2022
    These vegan stuffed mushrooms with a creamy and savory filling make a mouthwatering appetizer. And you won’t believe how easy the recipe is!  Why This Recipe Works These vegan stuffed mushrooms with an easy cream cheese filling with sun-dried tomatoes make such an easy appetizer when you are having guest over. They look pretty decadent,... […]
    Sina
  • Yogurt Dressing June 20, 2022
    This simple yogurt dressing is one of my go-to recipes for green salads! It’s healthy, packed with flavor, and super easy to make. I use plant-based yogurt to make it vegan.  Why This Recipe Works I’m a huge fan of green salads. Especially over the warmer months, they make such a great and healthy lunch. This... […]
    Sina
  • Mediterranean Pasta Salad June 14, 2022
    This Mediterranean pasta salad with artichokes, tomatoes, and olives is perfect for summer BBQs and potlucks! It’s packed with flavor and it comes together in less than 15 minutes!  Why This Recipe Works  I’m a huge fan of pasta salads and this Mediterranean pasta salad is one of my go-to recipes for BBQs and picnics.... […]
    Sina

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  • Vegan Creamy BBQ Chickpeas and Lentils April 9, 2022
    Learn how to make the most delicious Vegan Creamy BBQ Chickpeas and Lentils using simple wholesome ingredients and a homemade bbq sauce! We all love easy and quick vegan dinners, am I right? These vegan creamy bbq chickpeas and lentils fit the bill. You only need a few simple ingredients and about 15 minutes to... […]
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  • Best Vegan Carrot Cake (Oil-free!) March 17, 2022
    This is the Best Vegan Carrot Cake you’ll try! The spices are spot on, it’s incredibly moist, fluffy texture and super simple and easy to make! VEGAN CARROT CAKE I couldn’t believe how delicious this vegan carrot cake turned out! I imagine you will all love it as much as my vegan lemon cake! It... […]
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  • Vegan Snickerdoodle Cookie Protein Bites March 11, 2022
    Learn how to make the most delicious vegan protein bites with the flavor of a snickerdoodle cookie flavor! 7 ingredients, 10 minutes is all you need to make these healthy gluten-free protein bites! These Vegan Snickerdoodle Cookie Protein Bites are everything you love in the cookie, but without all the butter and extra sugar. These... […]
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About the author of the article : Gérald Mardirossian Digital Expert

Gérald is a high-level digital expert and a digital enthusiast. Having attended elitist establishments during his studies such as Henri IV and the Sorbonne, he is one of the over-educated individuals of his generation. Holder of diplomas in HR (Human Resources), digital communication and communication / semiology, he also has multiple accreditations from the largest companies in the digital world : Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Hubspot, Salesforce, CPanel University, United States Institute of Peace (USIP), Agence nationale de la sécurité des systèmes d'information (ANSSI), etc. With many years of digital experience in different fields: associations, tourism, distributor, software publisher ... Gérald Mardirossian had the opportunity to work on both B2B and B2C issues. With many talents, he has already worked on web projects of various types, redesign, development, integration, modernization, website evolution, UX redesign, marketing automation, lead generation, outsourcing, emailing, etc. If you have a digital need or a project, you can contact us.

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Sophrology blog

Some blogs that talk about sophrology and sophrologist

Some blogs that talk about relaxation therapy. Sophrology, created in 1960 by neuropsychiatrist Alfonso Caycedo, is defined by its creator as a new scientific school that studies changes in human consciousness. Sophrology is a psycho-body method used as a therapeutic technique or experienced as a philosophy of life. ... Exclusively verbal and non-tactile method, sophrology employs a set of techniques that will act both on the body and on the mind. Caycedian Sophrology is Sophrology in its authentic form and with its original methodology as created in a hospital environment and then developed since 1960 by its founder, Prof. Alfonso Caycedo, psychiatrist. A training of the body and the mind to develop serenity and well-being. Sophrology helps to age well and live better with the effects that can accompany aging, such as pain, sleep or memory problems, depression ... In cases of chronic pain, it brings relaxation to the body and physical or mental well-being. For your store or establishment, do not hesitate to contact our expert digital agency for all your digital needs: virtual tour, sponsored article, ... explore our digital services : virtual visit for showroom, 360 ° photo, panorama, virtual solution and ask for your free quote.

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  • Building a Case for Sophrology in Healthcare June 30, 2022
    We have seen incredible advancements in healthcare emerge over the last few decades. Pharmaceuticals and technologies are now better than ever at preventing, halting – or even reversing many of the illnesses that we complex organisms can experience. As a result, we seem to have wholeheartedly adopted the medical model of illness, meaning that we […]
    Suraj Sodha
  • Meditation: Finding Calm from Within May 25, 2022
    Imagine a place of calm and relaxation that you can enter into whenever you wish; a state of peace and tranquillity which you can take with you back out into the world. Sound fanciful? It really isn’t; this is the gift of meditation. Why, then, don’t we all meditate? Whilst the benefits of meditation are […]
    The Sophrology Academy
  • Reconnected Leadership in an Era of Disconnection April 21, 2022
    We humans are such a vibrant, spirited, and inquisitive species. And yet, so much of our potential is getting lost in an environment that does not allow us to truly flourish. We have almost become used to living as thinking, feeling organisms in a society that has adopted a ‘machine-like’ structure; instead of ‘being’, we […]
    The Sophrology Academy

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  • Sophrology and Tinnitus February 12, 2021
    This study evaluated the efficacy of a sophrology protocol adapted to the treatment of subjective tinnitus by determining whether this technique makes it possible to reduce the negative effects associated with tinnitus perception. Results demonstrated that sophrology can reduce the intrusiveness of tinnitus. First assessment of sophrology for the treatment of subjective tinnitus European Annals […]
    Jenny
  • Sophrology for Anxiety and Depression February 12, 2021
    This randomised control study found a four-week intensive group sophrology programme to be highly effective for reducing anxiety and depression symptoms in primary care patients. Read about the details of the study here.
    Jenny
  • Sophrology for Chronic Insomnia February 12, 2021
    This study showed an improvement in patients’ perception of sleep quality after a programme of just 5 sessions of Sophrology. A greater level of activity during the day was a further benefit. Future research will need to monitor patients over a longer period of time to assess sustainability of improvements. Read about the study (in […]
    Jenny

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  • Building a Case for Sophrology in Healthcare June 30, 2022
    We have seen incredible advancements in healthcare emerge over the last few decades. Pharmaceuticals and technologies are now better than ever at preventing, halting – or even reversing many of the illnesses that we complex organisms can experience. As a result, we seem to have wholeheartedly adopted the medical model of illness, meaning that we […]
    Suraj Sodha
  • Meditation: Finding Calm from Within May 25, 2022
    Imagine a place of calm and relaxation that you can enter into whenever you wish; a state of peace and tranquillity which you can take with you back out into the world. Sound fanciful? It really isn’t; this is the gift of meditation. Why, then, don’t we all meditate? Whilst the benefits of meditation are […]
    The Sophrology Academy
  • Reconnected Leadership in an Era of Disconnection April 21, 2022
    We humans are such a vibrant, spirited, and inquisitive species. And yet, so much of our potential is getting lost in an environment that does not allow us to truly flourish. We have almost become used to living as thinking, feeling organisms in a society that has adopted a ‘machine-like’ structure; instead of ‘being’, we […]
    The Sophrology Academy

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Optician blog

Some optician and optician blogs

Some optician and optician blogs: because having good eyesight is priceless. Glasses are an instrument to compensate for visual defects or to protect the eyes. A pair of glasses consists of a frame on which corrective or protective lenses are fixed and resting on the nose and on the ears by two branches. But who invented the glasses? Their invention is sometimes attributed to Abbas Ibn Firnas, an Andalusian Berber of the 9th century, known for having developed the technique of cutting rock crystal. The work of Alhazen, founder of physiological optics, around the year one thousand, gives a scientific basis to this technology. In France, three quarters of the population have a visual impairment and 44 million French people wear glasses, having to renew them on average every two years. [Les Echos] On the other hand 87.5% of Internet users declared having made an online purchase in the first quarter of 2019 alone. For your store or establishment, do not hesitate to contact our expert digital agency for all your digital needs: virtual tour, sponsored article, ... explore our digital services : virtual visit for showroom, 360 ° photo, panorama, virtual solution and ask for your free quote.

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  • Ray-Ban and Facebook to launch Smart Glasses September 15, 2021
    Ray-Ban Stories, Facebook's first "smart spectacles" created in collaboration with Ray-Ban, are now available for purchase. They seem to be influenced by Snap's (Snapchat's parent company) Spectacles.
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  • The Ultimate Guide To AMBLYOPIA August 15, 2021
    Amblyopia (also called lazy eye) is a condition where only one eye has poor vision. It happens when the brain and the eye don’t operate together properly, and the brain can’t recognize sight from one eye.
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  • A Step-by-step Guide To Diabetic Retinopathy July 30, 2021
    Diabetic retinopathy is an eye disease that can result in vision loss and blindness in people with diabetes. It affects the retina's blood vessels (the light-sensitive layer of tissue in the back of your eye).
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  • Eyecare Essentials for College Students August 3, 2021
    It’s easy to get carried away when you’re packing for college. We know it’s important to make sure you have your fun pillows and your fancy mugs for your new Keurig, but don’t for-get to make your health a priority. Our team of expert doctors wants you have the best college experience possible, and that… […]
    Melissa Morrison
  • Little Known Facts About Eyeglasses July 29, 2021
    What do you put on every morning? Wear all day long? Take off before you go to sleep? Here is a clue…they help you see clearer and you don’t leave home without them. Any guesses? It’s your eyeglasses (obviously)! It is so natural for us to put them on in the morning, we don’t often… […]
    Melissa Morrison
  • The Best Michigan Lakes for Summer Fun July 23, 2021
    While Minnesota may be the “Land of 10,000 Lakes,” their state can’t boast about the Great Lakes like we do. Lake days are simply a part of Michigan living. A week in the summer without going to a lake is a week wasted. Our team absolutely loves exploring our state, from hiking trails to the… […]
    Melissa Morrison

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  • How to Tell if You Have Poor Eyesight June 28, 2022
    A lot of people make the mistake of assuming that poor eyesight is simply something that comes with ageing or is something that will go away on its own eventually. They assume it’s a slight annoyance, an inconvenience and something they simply need to ‘put up with’ for the foreseeable future. However, this is not… […]
    Marcus Slater
  • How often should you get an eye test? June 1, 2022
    We understand that with the busy lives we all lead now in between social and work responsibilities, getting an eye test might not be at the top of your priority list. However, getting regular eye tests can be crucial for more than just your eye health. When should you get an eye test? Here at… […]
    Marcus Slater
  • How to Tell if You Have Healthy Eyes April 8, 2022
      Maintaining healthy eyes is essential for the longevity and lasting quality of your eyesight. But this begs the question: how exactly do you know if your eyes are healthy?  The signs of unhealthy eyes aren’t always instantly noticeable, but there are ways of assessing your own eye health to determine if they are performing… […]
    Marcus Slater

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  • Crown Vision Center Opens New O’Fallon IL Office December 21, 2021
    The post Crown Vision Center Opens New O’Fallon IL Office appeared first on Crown Vision Center | Eyecare | St. Louis Eye Doctor | Eyeglasses | Sunglasses | Contacts.
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  • UV Damage to Eyes: The Dangers of Not Wearing Sunglasses December 9, 2021
    The post UV Damage to Eyes: The Dangers of Not Wearing Sunglasses appeared first on Crown Vision Center | Eyecare | St. Louis Eye Doctor | Eyeglasses | Sunglasses | Contacts.
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  • What Causes Headaches Behind the Eyes? November 11, 2021
    The post What Causes Headaches Behind the Eyes? appeared first on Crown Vision Center | Eyecare | St. Louis Eye Doctor | Eyeglasses | Sunglasses | Contacts.
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  • Gorgeous Gucci Sunglasses in Hutton, Perfect for Summer June 28, 2022
    With gorgeous Gucci sunglasses in Hutton, you’ll look hot and keep cool. You’ll find a great range of ‘sunnies’ to add to your style quotient this summer at our showroom. Apart from the elegance and comfort, these sunglasses protect your eyes from the harsh rays of the sun. Whether you’re relaxing on the beach or […]
    Paul Wellman
  • Cartier Eyewear in Broughton – for Fabulous Style and Excellent Quality June 21, 2022
    For fabulous style and quality, Cartier eyewear in Broughton ticks the right boxes. Cartier is a name synonymous with quality and style. This makes it the brand of choice for those who love  quality and style. We offer Cartier eyewear at The Spectacle Factory. All Cartier eyewear has the signature ‘C’ of the Cartier brand. […]
    Paul Wellman
  • Fashion Glasses in Penwortham – Stylish, Modern and Affordable June 14, 2022
    Transform your eyewear experience by considering fashion glasses in Penwortham. A person’s choice of fashion glasses is dependent on their individual style and eye care needs. Fashion glasses are an important accessory and it is necessary to choose a pair that suits your style. Hence, glasses are a significant fashion statement but also protect a person’s […]
    Paul Wellman

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About the author of the article : Gérald Mardirossian Digital Expert

Gérald is a high-level digital expert and a digital enthusiast. Having attended elitist establishments during his studies such as Henri IV and the Sorbonne, he is one of the over-educated individuals of his generation. Holder of diplomas in HR (Human Resources), digital communication and communication / semiology, he also has multiple accreditations from the largest companies in the digital world : Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Hubspot, Salesforce, CPanel University, United States Institute of Peace (USIP), Agence nationale de la sécurité des systèmes d'information (ANSSI), etc. With many years of digital experience in different fields: associations, tourism, distributor, software publisher ... Gérald Mardirossian had the opportunity to work on both B2B and B2C issues. With many talents, he has already worked on web projects of various types, redesign, development, integration, modernization, website evolution, UX redesign, marketing automation, lead generation, outsourcing, emailing, etc. If you have a digital need or a project, you can contact us.

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Soap blog

Soap Blog for being clean / Hygiene

Some blogs about soap. The history of soap begins over 4000 years ago. The Sumerians made the recipe for a soapy paste made from fat and potassium carbonate, a detergent similar to that used by the Egyptians to wash their clothes. Soap was invented 4,500 years ago by the Sumerians in the form of a soapy paste made from fat and potassium carbonate. It was then used as a remedy against skin diseases and not for daily hygiene. In ancient Egypt, we rubbed our body with baking soda in its natural state, called “natron”, mixed with a paste of ash and clay. In 2000 BC, the Sumerians were already making a paste made from oil, clay and ash that looked like soft soap. Every second we consume 3.3 kilos of soap in France (counter), ie 104,000 tons of soap per year and 1.6 kilos per inhabitant. Since the history of the Covid, soap sales have exploded ... For your store or establishment, do not hesitate to contact our expert digital agency for all your digital needs: virtual visit, sponsored article, ... explore our digital services : virtual visit for showroom, 360 ° photo, panorama, virtual solution and ask for your free quote.

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  • Lye and Soap Making – What is it and how to use it safely! May 11, 2022
    Sodium hydroxide, also referred to as lye or caustic soda, is a strong base and is used to turn your oils into soap. Some people become alarmed when they hear the word lye but it is important to note that ALL true soap is made using lye. You’ll run across blogs and pins on Pinterest […]
    Amanda Gail
  • How to Get Essential Oils to Stick in Cold Process Soap May 4, 2022
    One of the questions we get asked most when it comes to essential oils is how do you make them last in your soap? Some people will mention anchoring with clay or some other tricks. But honestly, the best thing you can do is create a well-rounded blend using top, middle and base notes. Essential […]
    Amanda Gail
  • Tips for Adding Coffee to your Cold Process Soap July 28, 2021
    How do you take your coffee? I like to take my favorite pick-me-up into the shower in a wonderfully exfoliating, rejuvenating coffee scrub soap! I just LOVE coffee soap! So why use coffee in soap, anyway? Just a few of the benefits to using coffee in soap are: Coffee is rich in antioxidantsCoffee can be […]
    Amanda Gail
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  • Murumuru Butter Balm Project July 1, 2022
    You’re going to love the way this Murumuru Butter Balm feels on the skin. It’s super moisturizing and rich in high oleic acid. Murumuru butter has a firm texture, and it’s known for its ability to seal in moisture on the skin. Ours is wild harvested, sustainable, and sourced from a co-op in the Amazon that employs local people and […]
    June J
  • Citrus and Shea Soap Project February 11, 2022
    This natural cold process recipe is scented with Orange 10X Essential Oil. It gives the bars a bright and cheery scent and a lovely natural color. The batch is made with Raw Shea Quick Mix. It’s a palm-free blend of oils that includes raw shea butter, babassu oil, and sweet almond oil. Our exclusive Quick Mixes make the […]
    June J
  • Ask Anne-Marie: Business and More July 12, 2021
    CEO and founder Anne-Marie has been in business for over 20 years. In this video, she shares advice and tips for soap making. Don’t miss out on the lightning round at the very end to find out her favorite fragrance oil, what product she can’t live without, and her favorite flavor of ice cream. You can find […]
    June J

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  • Chocolate Soap Recipes June 29, 2022
    Discover a plethora a deliciously scented chocolate soap recipes. Plus, learn about the benefits of chocolate when used in skin care applications to cleanse skin as part of your daily routine. DIY Chocolate Soap Bathing is a necessary task to keep our bodies clean. However, that doesn’t mean we can’t indulge a little. Get some […]
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  • Chocolate Skin Care Recipes for Natural Beauty June 28, 2022
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Gérald is a high-level digital expert and a digital enthusiast. Having attended elitist establishments during his studies such as Henri IV and the Sorbonne, he is one of the over-educated individuals of his generation. Holder of diplomas in HR (Human Resources), digital communication and communication / semiology, he also has multiple accreditations from the largest companies in the digital world : Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Hubspot, Salesforce, CPanel University, United States Institute of Peace (USIP), Agence nationale de la sécurité des systèmes d'information (ANSSI), etc. With many years of digital experience in different fields: associations, tourism, distributor, software publisher ... Gérald Mardirossian had the opportunity to work on both B2B and B2C issues. With many talents, he has already worked on web projects of various types, redesign, development, integration, modernization, website evolution, UX redesign, marketing automation, lead generation, outsourcing, emailing, etc. If you have a digital need or a project, you can contact us.

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Some blogs about hearing. 10 million people have hearing problems, ie 16% of the French population. For 5.4 million of these people, there are repercussions on daily life, i.e. 8.6% of the French population. After 50 years, one in three people have hearing difficulties, and more than one in two after 80 years. Hearing loss is measured in decibels by an average on both ears: Loss of 20 to 70 decibels: these are people who are hard of hearing. The deafness is then said to be "mild", from - 25 to - 40 decibels; "Medium", from - 40 to - 70 decibels; Loss greater than 70 decibels: these are deaf people. The number of cases then continues to increase with age, deafness affecting 6% of 15-24 year olds, 9% of 25-34 year olds, 18% of 35-44 year olds and over 65% of over 65s . You can learn to recognize all the noises you hear, whether weak or loud, and try to locate them. Reading aloud and practicing listening to a conversation with background noise can also help you develop your hearing. Participating in physical activity contributes to good blood circulation, which not only benefits your hearing but also your brain activity. Prefer a headset to headphones if you play sports to music and set the volume to the lowest. For your store or establishment, do not hesitate to contact our expert digital agency for all your digital needs: virtual tour, sponsored article, ... explore our digital services : virtual visit for showroom, 360 ° photo, panorama, virtual solution and ask for your free quote.

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Gérald is a high-level digital expert and a digital enthusiast. Having attended elitist establishments during his studies such as Henri IV and the Sorbonne, he is one of the over-educated individuals of his generation. Holder of diplomas in HR (Human Resources), digital communication and communication / semiology, he also has multiple accreditations from the largest companies in the digital world : Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Hubspot, Salesforce, CPanel University, United States Institute of Peace (USIP), Agence nationale de la sécurité des systèmes d'information (ANSSI), etc. With many years of digital experience in different fields: associations, tourism, distributor, software publisher ... Gérald Mardirossian had the opportunity to work on both B2B and B2C issues. With many talents, he has already worked on web projects of various types, redesign, development, integration, modernization, website evolution, UX redesign, marketing automation, lead generation, outsourcing, emailing, etc. If you have a digital need or a project, you can contact us.

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Gérald has been a member of the Google Local Guide community for many years as well as a certified member and expert on Google products, Google Maps, Google Street View, Google My Business, virtual tour, 360 ° photo, virtual photo event, wedding, real estate, etc.

 
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