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27.05.2022

Products from the region are a hit

Products from the region are a hit 05/27/22 - (Pictures & Source © lid.ch Mediendienst No. 3578) Regional foods are more than a trend. As a new study shows, consumers even prefer regional products to organic food. By Jonas Ingold Everyone likes regional products: This is shown by the " Regional Products 2022 " study, which was...

20.05.2022

These vegetables are perfect for grilling

These vegetables are perfect for grilling 20.05.22 - (Pictures & Source © lid.ch Mediendienst No. 3577) It's hot and the grill is ready: These vegetables go perfectly with it. Zuchetti Season: May - October Zucchetti conjures up Mediterranean feelings on the grill. Pure with a little salt, with a sophisticated marinade or on a skewer with...

14.05.2022

Now the maggi herb is on the table

Now the maggi herb is on the table 05/13/22 - (Pictures & Source © lid.ch Mediendienst No. 3576) Its spicy scent is reminiscent of a famous liquid spice and reaches our noses with the slightest gust of wind: lovage, also known as maggi herb. The spice herb is in season in Switzerland from May to August. Lovage also grows well in your own...

01.04.2022

Refreshing and light - the cucumber

April 1st, 2022 – (Source © lid.ch) – Cucumbers are among the most popular vegetables in Switzerland. The season starts in April and lasts until October. Cucumber is the 5th most popular vegetable. Cucumbers are one of the most consumed vegetables. The per capita consumption is a good 4 kilos per year. A good 14,000 tons were harvested in...

25.03.2022

Old apple varieties will help in the future

03/25/2022 - (Source © lid.ch) - Old fruit varieties are important for future breeding. The Swiss Apple Core Collection serves to preserve and research old apple varieties - as capital for the future. By Jonas Ingold There are usually only a few well-known apple varieties on store shelves. In Switzerland, however, there are well over 1000...

25.03.2022

Pak Choi: Asian vegetables from Switzerland

03/25/2022 - (Source © lid.ch)- Pak choi originally comes from Asia and is grown there in large quantities. The warmth-loving vegetable also thrives in temperate European regions and is harvested in Switzerland from April to November. Pak choi grows relatively quickly. The Swiss season starts in April. Pak choi - also called Chinese mustard...

18.03.2022

Fast, faster, kohlrabi

April 1st, 2022 – (Source © lid.ch) The kohlrabi grows extremely fast, it is quickly ready for harvest. That is why it is one of the first fresh Swiss vegetables in spring. His season starts in April. The fast-growing kohlrabi is one of the first vegetables to bring a breath of fresh air to the kitchen in spring. Kohlrabi is a mysterious...

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...

23.12.2021

Swiss agriculture 2021 - extreme year ensures historically low harvests

December 23, 2021 - (Source © lid.ch) - Written by the Agricultural Information Service LID Editing and texts: Renate Hodel and Jonas Ingold Extreme year makes for historically low harvests Summary. The weather left nothing out in 2021. Late frost, a lot of precipitation with flooding and massive hailstorms had a massive impact on the harvest in...

17.12.2021

Winter root with a subtle sweetness - the parsnip

17.12.2021 - (Source © lid.ch) - The parsnip is a classic winter vegetable, but it had to fight back for its place in local kitchens: As a discontinued model, it has made an amazing comeback and is back in fashion today. In the Middle Ages, the starchy parsnip was as important as the potato is today. Due to its low susceptibility to disease, it was...

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