The Simplest Tip on the French Way of Eating

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The Simplest Tip on the French Way of Eating

The typical French meal is heavy in fats. Many French recipes call for heavy cream and butter. In spite of this, there's reduced risk of cardiac disease and obesity in France compared with the U.S.

It is now thought that the consumption of red wines leading to reduction in cholesterol levels are at least partly responsible for this paradox. Indeed, practically all French meals are accompanied by wine. The French learn the art and science of properly combining different wines with different foods.

The simplest wine tip is probably this: red wine goes with meats, white wines goes with fish.



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