Jeanne Dumouchel

A graduate of the UQAM in Communication (digital media) and a connoisseur of culture in all its forms, Jeanne has been the social media community manager for SOSCuisine since 2016. She also collaborates on the creation of content for the blog. SOSCuisine helps her to shop and eat better every day.

Recent posts from Jeanne

TOP 10 Easy Comfort Food Recipes

16 November, 2019 No Comments

Comfort food is the perfect remedy for fall blues. When it’s cold outside, there’s nothing better than eating a good hot dish to warm you up and remind you of your childhood memories. We have chosen 10 special recipes that will soothe your soul … and fill your stomach.

TOP 10 Recipes for Healthy Bones

10 November, 2019 No Comments

At least one in three women and one in five men will suffer a fracture due to osteoporosis in their lifetime. Nutrition and physical activity play a big role in preventing this disease. Calcium and vitamin D are essential nutrients for good bone health. We offer you 10 recipes for healthy bones!

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Farinata: A Typical Italian Pancake

Farinata is a type of pancake with Italian origins made from chickpea flour. Its origins date back to the Middle Ages and it is still widely consumed today in northwestern Italy and a little bit all over the world. I invite you to discover this classic food from the Ligurian coast.

TOP 10 Yummy Recipes from the Middle East

Middle Eastern cuisine is rich in aromas and flavours. To help you discover it, here are 10 simple and tasty recipes from the Middle East to try!

TOP 10: Our Best Vegetarian Recipes

23 September, 2019 No Comments

SOSCuisine’s vegetarian recipes are balanced, tasty and vitamin-rich. They require simple ingredients and are easy to make. I invite you to check out the different vegetarian meal plans we offer, which include semi-vegetarian, pesco-vegetarian, lacto-ovo-vegetarian and vegan meal plans. I have selected for you our 10 best vegetarian recipes.

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TOP 10 Satisfying Mushroom Recipes

9 September, 2019 No Comments

Before trying SOSCuisine’s recipes, I did not like mushrooms. And now, believe it or not, I’m crazy about them! It’s important to know how to prepare them in order to bring out all their flavor. We have selected for you 10 mushroom recipes that showcase their particular taste and texture.

Food and Wine Pairings: The Basic Rules

2 September, 2019 No Comments

Matching up wines and foods is important to create a beautiful harmony in a meal. While there are many books, magazines and websites with detailed guidelines on how to pair food and wine, there are some simple basic rules that you can learn and apply in no time. I will show you how to pair […]

From the Henhouse to Your Plate: An Egg’s Traceability

Food traceability is a simple and effective way of knowing where the food comes from and the animal rearing conditions of the product, to help facilitate buying locally. In Europe, eggs have a very precise traceability which makes it possible to make the right choices. This was very noticeable during SOSCuisine’s latest trip to Italy.

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TOP 10 Vegetarian Barbecue Recipes

Grilling is often associated with meat. Still, it’s possible to get off the beaten track with some delicious vegetarian recipes. If you were thinking of selling your barbecue after becoming a vegetarian, wait a bit… Check out these 10 recipes and I guarantee you will get another propane tank!

TOP 5 Delicious Belgian Recipes to Discover

If I tell you “chocolate, waffle, fries and beer”, which country’s cuisine do you think of? Belgium, of course! Belgian cuisine is influenced by that of its neighboring countries: Germany, France and the Netherlands. It is often said that its dishes are as generous as the German ones and as sophisticated as the French ones. […]

The French Gourmet Meal is Recognized by UNESCO

French gastronomy means more than just a great meal. It is a social and cultural practice that celebrates the important moments of life. In 2010, it was officially inscribed on the list of the intangible cultural heritage of humanity.

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About These Veggie Patties That Taste like Meat

I am sure you have heard about the “fake meat” burgers marketed by Beyond Meat and Lightlife (Canada) that are increasingly trendy among the veggie crowd, but also omnivores who look for an alternative to regular meat burgers. While being strictly plant-based, they taste, look, and cook like meat. But are they really good for […]