Cinzia Cuneo

Cinzia Cuneo, founder of SOSCuisine.com, never wanted to neglect the quality of her food. She shares her special expertise to make good food quickly and without complications!

Recent posts from Cinzia

Furoshiki

Furoshiki, a Ravishing Wrapping

If you’ve ever invited Japanese friends to your home, they probably brought you a bottle of wine or a box of chocolates wrapped in a square of colorful fabric. It was a furoshiki, a traditional fabric used to carry presents, clothes, food and other things. The name dates back to the Edo era (1603-1868) when […]

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Know Everything About Lobster

Lobster includes 2 commercial species: American, which lives in the waters of the northwestern Atlantic (between Newfoundland and North Carolina), and European, which lives in the waters of the eastern Atlantic (from Norway to Morocco), but also in the North Sea and parts of the Mediterranean and the Black Sea.

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SOSCuisine Now Helps Canadian Celiac From Coast To Coast!

In this beautiful month of May, which is dedicated in many countries to raising the awareness of celiac disease, it is with great pleasure that we announce our newest partnership with the Canadian Celiac Association (CCA). The CCA is committed to informing, supporting, and advising people with celiac disease and other gluten-related disorders.

Expo Manger Santé et Vivre Vert 2018

Thank you for coming out in such numbers to meet us at the Expo Manger Santé et Vivre Vert 2018!

A big thank you to everyone who came to meet us at the Expo Manger Santé et Vivre Vert 2018, in Quebec City and Montreal, these past two weekends.

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Asafoetida, a great spice… but stinky

Asafoetida is the resin of a large umbelliferous plant resembling fennel, native to Central Asia. Once very popular with the Romans, this spice is widely used in Indian cuisine, but it has fallen into disuse in the West, most likely because of its slightly rotten egg smell, which comes from the large amount of sulfur […]

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How to Veganize Your Recipes in 4 Easy Steps

13 March, 2018 No Comments

Whether you’re a vegan food fan or just want to cut down on animal-based foods, it may be helpful to know a few tips for converting your regular recipes into vegan recipes. Here are our 4 best tips.

Come meet with us at the 2018 Expo Manger Santé

Since 1997, the Expo Manger Santé et Vivre Vert is the must-attend event in Quebec, for all those who are looking for healthy and eco-friendly food in a global health setting. We will be there again this year to present our new meal plans and have the pleasure of talking to you face-to-face!

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Alzheimer’s and Diet

24 January, 2018 No Comments

A healthy diet is the key to preventing Alzheimer’s and other neurodegenerative diseases. That’s why the diet-Alzheimer’s link was the topic of an event organized by the Federation of Quebec Alzheimer Societies (FQAS) on 17th January, to mark Alzheimer’s Awareness Month.

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Eat Better in 5 Easy Steps

31 December, 2017 No Comments

Eating well is key to good health, everyone knows that. But without time and energy, how can we improve our habits and sustain these changes long term? I asked my colleagues at the SOSCuisine’s Nutrition Team their simplest tips to eat well. They can be summarized in 5 steps. I suggest you start by following […]

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5 Fake Health Foods to Avoid at All Cost

31 December, 2017 No Comments

Source of fiber and omega 3, without trans-fats, no added sugar, made with whole grains, etc., many products presented as being good for health, can be the complete opposite. Let’s learn to recognize 5 fake health foods!

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3 Tips to Save Time and Money This Christmas

26 November, 2017 No Comments

Holiday season is a time during which we often spend without really thinking. That’s why many of us start the New Year with bad surprises when the bills need to be paid.

7 Ideas for the Famous Hostess Gift

24 November, 2017 No Comments

A hostess gift is a way of saying thank you to the person who’s invited you. It’s preferable to offer consumable gifts: a bouquet of flowers, regional products, a bottle of olive oil or something you’ve cooked yourself.