What are you cooking?

9 years 9 months ago #61 by Maki
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Today mussels and French fries :cooking:

Traditional dish of northern France, particularly in Lille at the large market that takes place every year in early September,









Some numbers: The biggest flea market of Europe

10,000 exhibitors spread over 100 km ,

500 tonnes of mussels ,

30 tons of French fries ,

over 2 milion visitors.

High pile of empty shells restaurant entrances.
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9 years 9 months ago #62 by Damni
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Would be interesting to know what they're going to do with all those shells... I wonder if they recycle them in some useful (and cool) way..

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9 years 9 months ago #63 by Maki
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Like this ?





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For drying and calcinating the residue from the mussel canning industry, this plant converts mussel shells into calcium carbonate of 96% purity, which can then be used in the chemical industry as fertilizer or in construction. It can also be used to make any organic residue inert.


link .http://www.sertonenginy.com/emsrp.html :surprised:
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9 years 9 months ago #64 by Nikita
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Damni wrote: Would be interesting to know what they're going to do with all those shells... I wonder if they recycle them in some useful (and cool) way..


Shells are sometimes used for soil amendment, also they can enter the composition of certain road covers, by example :mm1:
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9 years 9 months ago #65 by Sqdn. Ldr. Ted Striker
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Turkish meatballs - kofta and mashed potatoes.
Some fans might know that the German stick grenade was called potato masher by the allies, but, yes, that’s not so important right now.

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9 years 4 months ago #66 by Maki
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Well, as it rains today, i made a cake with coconut cream and caramelized pineapple, flambe with rum ! :love:



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