Friday in France #4: one superfood, one restaurant, one article

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Here is your weekly dose of a “Friday in France” a list of what I’m enjoying or pondering.

Superfood I’m trying

friday_in_franceBLUE ICE Fermented Cod Liver Oil -Non-Gelatin Capsules

Since I am not a good milk/yogurt/cheese consumer (I actually don’t like it), I was trying to find an alternative to get that vitamin D. Then I remembered that my grand-mother used to take cod liver oil by the spoon when she was little (the taste of it seems to have let a serious trauma on her).

After some internet digging, I found those non-gelatin capsules of fermented cod liver oil and decided to give it a go. This brand is recommended by bloggers/dietician/nutritionists/doctors. Plus, you don’t have to get that awful taste on your tongue as they com en-capsuled.

 

Restaurant I’m going

friday_in_franceHollyBelly – Paris Xe

“Holybelly’s concept is simple. Good food, good coffee and good service in a consistent fashion. We take pride in the food we serve you, in the coffee we brew and in the way we welcome you and look after you. Our space is casual, the vibe super-relaxed but the food and coffee is top shelf and that’s a contrast we love to maintain.”

Good food, good coffee, good staff. Go.

 

Article I’m reading

12 Delicious Ways To Feel Fancy Eating Toast

Toasts => yaaaass.

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Thanks for reading! Have a wonderful weekend, y’all.

The products I recommend in this post are mentioned because I like them. I do not get paid to do so.

Author: Emilie Durand

Emilie is a French food lover, proud Parisian and founder of thefrenchwaytohealth.com. On her website, she shares delicious recipes, health tips and tricks. Her goal is to gather and share the habits and rules that have been used and approved by French people for decades. That means cooking your own meals efficiently, enjoying whole foods, eating mindfully and never ever using the word diet again while losing weight.

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