It can be used in many situations: to give more energy to work, in cosmetics for the hair or the face. Thanks to the coffee grounds, to take a coffee break or quite simply to indulge yourself with a gourmet coffee. Discover 10 reasons to drink...Read more
La cabane à sucre
Ah, the Sugar Shack! We go there every spring without really wondering where this Quebec tradition comes from. Yet its story deserves to be passed on from generation to generation. The sugar shack is not only a place of taste pleasures, it is...Read more
7 Benefits to drink Kombucha
Kombucha is a sweet carbonated drink made from yeast, sugar, and fermented green or black tea. The process of fermenting tea for Kombucha uses a Symbiotic Colony Of Bacteria and Yeast, known as SCOBY. During the fermentation process, the SCOBY...Read more
What is tempeh?
An ancestral food consumed in Indonesia for 2000 years, tempeh is a central food in vegan cuisine. It readily replaces meat in many recipes, giving them that 100% healthy and vegan touch. Tempeh is a product made from fermented soybeans. In the...Read more
5 good reasons to eat Yoghurt every day
A little bit of story about Yoghurt At least four millennia ago, in the Mongolian steppes, nomads transported their milk in skins made of sheep or goatskin. Historians believe that by being tossed around on the back of a buffalo, the milk was...Read more
Suggestions of meals for your Holiday
One thing we learned with the covid is to adapt ourselves, not do too much plan, leave open ideas and be flexible. So you will found below a list of products and ready meals that you can buy at Meat & Meet. If it is more convenient, we do...Read more
What the sky can tell us about the year 2020 ?
With the coronavirus, the death of Kobe Bryant and the fires in Australia, 2020 was shaping up to be an intense year. One of the many explanations lurks in the stars and, unfortunately, tells us that it is far from over. Whether you read...Read more
Christmas is happening with a new menu!
Today I offer you three menu choices for Christmas. You can cook the menu yourself or ask us to prepare certain dishes for you by giving us your order before or at the latest on December 11th. Don’t wait to put your orders in, we already...Read more
Why do we have such a feast at Christmas?
The origin of the Christmas feast comes from the Christian religion. To celebrate the coming of Christ, the period leading up to Christmas was marked by a period of “lean days”. We did not eat meat then. On Christmas Eve, before going to night...Read more
From religions feast to commercial Christmas
The word Christmas comes from the Latin “natalis” which means birth. It does refer to the birth of Jesus Christ. However, the feast of December 25 existed long before Christianity, when it celebrated the winter solstice. In this period when the...Read more