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07.01.2022

Rapunzel, Rapunzel, lower your salad

01/07/2022 - (Source © lid.ch) - Rapunzel, Rapunzel, let down your salad Nut salad fresh from Swiss cultivation is also available in winter. (unsplash) The lush green lamb's lettuce is of great culinary importance. In its wild form, it probably originally comes from the areas between the European and Asian continents. Researchers assume...

23.12.2021

Swiss agriculture 2021 - extreme year ensures historically low harvests

12/23/2021 - (Source © lid.ch) - Written by the agricultural information service LID Editing and texts: Renate Hodel and Jonas Ingold The extreme year ensures historically low harvests Summary. The weather left nothing out in 2021. Late frost, a lot of precipitation with floods and massive hailstorms had a massive impact on the harvest in many...

17.12.2021

Winter roots with a subtle sweetness - the parsnip

12/17/2021 - (Source © lid.ch) - Parsnip is a classic winter vegetable, but it had to fight for its place in local kitchens: As a discontinued model, it has made an amazing comeback and is now back on trend. In the Middle Ages, the starchy parsnip played a role that was just as important as the potato today. Up to the middle of the 18th century it...

16.12.2021

Swiss mushrooms are booming

December 16, 2021 - (Source © lid.ch) - The demand for edible mushrooms has risen steadily over the past five years and is currently experiencing a real boom. However, imports have also increased. In addition to the mushrooms, the Swiss mushroom offer also consists of the noble mushrooms. According to the FOAG, the most important of these are shiitake,...

03.12.2021

Oat roots, Rapunzel and Butzenklette back on the plate

December 3rd, 2021 - (Source © lid.ch) - Many of the root vegetables that were once cultivated in Switzerland have been forgotten in the course of mechanization. However, seed expert Robert Zollinger is convinced that oat roots, Rapunzel or Butzenklette have many exciting flavors, colors and shapes ready to be rediscovered. By David Eppenberger...

11.11.2021
Obwohl an ihm leider keine Lebkuchen wachsen, ist der sogenannte Lebkuchenbaum eine Besonderheit. Nach und während dem Blattabwurf im Winter verströmt er nämlich einen leckeren Duft nach Karamell und Zimt.

Cake tree I Unfortunately there are no gingerbread cookies growing on the gingerbread tree!

- (Source © Baumschule Horstmann DE) - Japanese cake tree / katsura tree / Although unfortunately no gingerbread grows on it, the so-called gingerbread tree is a specialty. After and during the leaf shedding in winter, it gives off a delicious scent of caramel and cinnamon. The Japanese cake tree / katsura tree / gingerbread tree is the last and...

25.10.2021

Lean honey harvest in 2021

October 25, 2021 - (Source © lid.ch) - This year's bad weather has also significantly reduced the honey harvest of Swiss beekeepers: On average there was 7.2 kilograms of honey per colony - this year's honey harvest is 75 percent smaller than last Year. After last year's record harvest of up to 40 kilograms per bee colony in some cantons, the year...

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