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Gastronomie et cosmetology
It's not just the olive oil in life. Sesame, argan, grapeseed or almond: these lesser known wines reveal delicate flavors that are perfectly both in the dishes ... that in cosmetics! In their version of food, these oils are often roasted to accentuate the flavors. Filled with trace elements, vitamins, antioxidants and polyunsaturated fatty acids, they also have all the necessary weapons to protect, moisturize and regenerate the skin
Argan Cream and couscous
Argan oil is in the wilderness. Berber women extract the seeds of a thorn resistant sand assaults in southern Morocco, from 80 million years. The argan tree of the Sub region (south-west), gives them both the benefactor and nourishing oil ointment which they coat the hair and skin to fight against sunburn and wind. Their beauty secret, so well kept, has finally passed the Mediterranean. For this golden liquid, with a thousand virtues, we must work twelve hours and 100 kilos of fruit per liter of oil! After harvesting and drying of fruit, a sort of large light green olive, the nucleus is separated from the pulp, crushed then mixed in water to extract the oil. This gentle extraction by hand or to the press, but especially not chemical, it retains all of its assets, so valuable for cosmetics. "The Moroccan use it mainly for its moisturizing and healing qualities, but recent scientific research has also shown its antioxidant, against wrinkles," says Dr Charrouf, professor at Rabat University and author of a thesis on Argan oil. Watch manufacturing stages Here!
Several European brands use as Argan ARGANE SOUSS, ARGAMIS, MARY LOYS, whose Argan line was launched in 2005 and the young Brussels-based Argan Argan Argan Souss Souss.
Beyond its dermatological properties, argan oil, customary ingredient tagine and couscous, has attracted the greatest French chefs. Alain Passard, the three-star L'Arpège, appreciates "her perfume praline or cocoa-flavored, and virulent musky sweetness." For a year, he boldly combines "his land with those trees, very iodized, Osetra caviar of, on a bed of steaming couscous." Argan oil s' naturally aligns with vegetables and meat (lamb and mutton) consumed in Mediterranean countries, but it also goes wonderfully fish and sweet and savory blends and adapts to many recipes. Watching food argan oil
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In southern Morocco, is the argan tree bulwark against the advancing desert, has become the symbol of a new citizen mode. Literacy training, nearly 2,000 women are now framed and supported through the initiative of Professor Zubida Charrouf who founded in 1996 the mining cooperatives of argan oil. By acting upstream through training, and downstream, with an economic structure,
The House and Argan Argan Women have revived an entire region and employs close to 600 women in five provinces. With the ambition to oil spot and quickly get the Fair Trade label, Zubida Charrouf continues the fight to improve women's imagining unpublished protocols. View our full range of argan oil certified Bio Here !!