Six Food Trends: What Do You Have To Eat In 2017?
Fill your dishes with these foods all year round and your glasses of these drinks.
Weightlifters have been advocating the benefits of a healthy diet for years and today, much of the US population is following their advice. According to Liz Moskow, Culinary Director of Sterling-Rice Group who wrote this list of food trends, more and more the consumers are demanding transparency and want to know precisely what they are eating, whether it is to develop the muscle, to feed their brains or simply to live longer in good health.
A new kind of butchery satisfies both vegetarians and carnivores. Versions of chicken, ham, meatballs, steaks and herbal sausage allow the vegetarians to expand their options. Corn, chickpeas, peas, legumes and mushrooms are used to encourage carnivores to opt for the movement of not eating meat on Monday. “This will satisfy your strong urge for meat without eating it,” says Moskow.
Return To Barks
Foods that were part of the waste are now claimed by consumers. This is the case, for example, with pickles of melon barks, cauliflower stems and chips and burgers made from fruit pulp that we have thrown it away. According to Moskow, these “wastes” are often more nutritious because most of the nutrients are in the stems and in the bark.
Opt For The Goat
Did you know that goat meat contains a large amount of interstitial collagen, alias this trick about which the followers of bone broth are crazy? Collagen can help muscles repair themselves and reduce muscle inflammation. Compared to chicken, the goat contains less fat and calories and more flavors. More the goat is young and more it is flavorful. You can also drink goat milk and eat goat cheese for more protein and vitamin D.
Very good before training or at dinner, the hand-drawn noodles are tasty and pretty. The consumers ingest carbohydrates while watching a chef knead, stretch and work the dough to form pastas to add to their soup.
A study at Syracuse University showed that eating chocolate can improve cognitive abilities. Another study conducted this time at Tel Aviv University showed that eating a dessert after breakfast could help you in your efforts to lose weight. Moskow says that eating a cake after breakfast is not harmful as long as A) you have already ingested enough protein and that B) the cake is made of almond flour that has a low glycemic index and contains less sugar and carbohydrates than white flour.
The consumers continue to look for snacks rich in proteins. A recent interest in Basque cooking and the ascent of Portugal as a new culinary and world destination carries the sardines in the foreground. Rich in omega 3, proteins and umami flavor, sardines served simply on a slice of toast with lemon, garlic and aioli are a simple snack.