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Buffalo's salt marsh of Guérande


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IngredientsAlphitobius diaperinus, acacia gum, salt guérande Flowers
Volume:150 ML
Weight:30g at 35g
Nutritional information / per 100g:Energy: 1937kJ / 462 kcal; fat: 21.6 g of which saturates: 4.0g; Carbohydrates: 15.7 g of which sugars: 2.4g; Proteins: 51,2g; salt: 5.3 g.
allergens:crustaceans, acacia gum

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History of a prestigious condiment, in the service of a new gastronomy in the West.

The town of Guerande, in Loire-Atlantique (France), is known by its sea sel.L'eau before arriving in saline, through the Étier and then is stored in a mudflat. This step is crucial. Indeed, the algae will rid water of impurities and pollution, ensuring a pure salt even if it is not organic. During that time, there will be a water settling so that the heaviest waste does not fit into the marsh. It is in the saline that will be harvested the famous sea salt flower. Specifically in Carnation called basins. Sea salt first. This is delicate work, a wrong movement or too much wind can fall sea salt that has formed on the surface of the water. the fact paludier make the water movements to collect the flower to then bring on land. This is seduced by this knowledge and unique taste that TMeatfood decided to prepare this recipe for black crickets in sea salt flowers, crickets have macerated 15 days in the salt flower crystals to the flavors penetrate and diffuse into even the chair of the cricket. So you can enjoy your box without special guidance or else, in the end gourmet incorporate it into one of your daily revenue

Tartlets with caramel fleur de sel

Ingredients / 6 people

• 1 shortbread 

• 50 cl cream

• 15 cl evaporated milk

• 30g butter

• 4 + 1 egg white

• 230g caster sugar

• 3 tbsp. Potato starch coffee

• 100 g currants

• 1 lemon wedge

• 1 tsp. tablespoons of sea salt

• 1 tsp. tablespoons to buffalo to salt flower


1 Sprinkle dough 4 tart pans and let rest in the refrigerator.

2 Boil 15 to 20 min condensed milk with 80g of sugar.

3 Make caramelize 100 g of sugar with a little water. Remove from heat, add 3 drops of juice. Mix condensed milk, mix with half the cream.

4 Dissolve the cornstarch in 2 tbsp. cold water, pour in the cream, let thicken over high heat, stirring constantly. Add the butter. Off the heat, stir in the eggs beaten with the remaining cream.

5 Pour the mixture over the dough funds. Bake 35 to 40 min oven th.7 (210 ° C). Turn down the thermostat if the dough color too quickly.

6 Rinse and dry currants. Roll them in the lightly beaten egg white then in the remaining sugar.

7 Remove the tarts from the oven, let cool. sprinkle fleur de sel and buffalo to finally decorate with crystallized currants before serving.

 A premium brand for authentic flavor

 We had the choice between different brands in multivores to propose you to discover entomophagy in terms of gastronomy with an aperitif. And we chose the TMeat food brand, but why?

 Firstly we wanted to be sure to have quality products, high in conditions that respect the environment with absolute safety, but also taking into account animal welfare. And yes, our tiny friends also deserve to grow in good conditions before becoming our food. On this rare points are outdoor farms offering space near natural conditions to insects, for example the few European farms keep livestock "indoor" under artificial light and large scale. Why turn to the future by reproducing the horrors found in other agricultural sectors?

 On this point TMeat.food brought us guarantees allowing us to visit the farms where their insects come.

 We also wanted, offer the taste and true flavors, food TMeat offer us that. Their insect original recipes are flavored with spices of very high quality without any color, aroma or emulsifier. It's products is the guarantee of 100% all natural products from organic agriculture.

 Do not hesitate discover all the TMeat.food range and revolutionize the aperitif !!

A pest, became a power source, promising!

 Our to Buffalo (Alphitobius diaperinus) Edible contain lots of protein and have a distinctive nutty flavor produced in the Netherlands they have a first certifications on farming methods in Europe in-door and out-door we have chosen for their nutritional quality, in fact despite the resemblance to their cousins ​​"Mealworms" their taste is different and more subtle. They have long been considered harmful, but before the food challenge that occur we chose to look the other as a single source of good quality easy to produce power are undemanding on maintenance plan with a rate of reproduction fast and rapid growth 100 L of water per ton produced, it is impossible to compete for our cattle for comparison must be the same amount of water for a kilo of meat. Also this insect like many other is sensitive to very few disease or parasites and can not transmit directly to any man. This is another super food.