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Top  Food Trends

                                    Top  Food Trends

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1) Taco fever:

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According to our trends, hyper-regional food will continue to set our taste buds .  we expect authenticity to be the order of the day. As for star dishes, tacos have been all over our  feeds ,so now’s the time to get well-versed in the fine art of tortilla wrangling.  

Try it yourself… Our  ingredients that are easy to source, but if you want to add a touch of extra authenticity, make your own Mexican mole (pronounced ‘mo-lay’), a thick, rich, chocolate-spiked sauce. served with soft corn tortillas in the taco fashion.

 

2)Low and no-alcohol drinks

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Value quality in what they  drink, so non-alcoholic drinks will become more niche next year as a result. Expect to hear much more talk of turmeric shots, charcoal-activated water, cold-pressed juices and non-alcoholic ‘spirits’.

 

3)Sea vegetables

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An exponential rise in  cooking in the last few years, with ‘vegetarian butchers’ and their  around to remind us that vegetables should no longer be consigned to a side order. One sub-genre we expect to see more of is sea vegetables  (seaweed), which can be used as a salt substitute, to add a briny tang to food or for snacking. 

Try it yourself… 

If you browse you can probably find seaweed products in your nearest big supermarket.  check out the world food section to find these pressed seaweed sheets. They’re traditionally used to make sushi, alternatively crush them into shards and sprinkle onto salad.

 

4)Pickles and ferments

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Health trends move fast,  term that’s set to be at the heart of the health world in 2017. What this means is more yet more pickling and fermenting, . Gut-friendly foods like these are thought to help with irritable bowel syndrome, bloating, fertility, immunity, low energy and libido. 

Try it yourself… 

The vegetables are mixed with rice vinegar, fish sauce, chili paste and sugar, so all ingredients you can easily source. Serve it as a side dish, with rice or noodles.

 

5)Zero waste

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Minimizing food waste the war on waste is gaining traction. Add to this companies like Rubies in the Rubble, who make jam from rejected fruit, and California’s Fog Point Vodka, which extraordinarily is made from net-caught fog moisture, and we’re starting to see some real pioneering. 

Try it yourself… 

 Well cutting down  the homade waste  left over food make sure you buy in season and make the most of large gluts of produce – particularly in late summer when things like courgettes and marrows are in abundance.

 

6)Insta-ready food

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40% of millennial have posted photos of their food on social media channels. Producers and restaurateurs are getting in on the act, that’s in the form of  black burger buns or blue algae coffee. 

Try it yourself…

Whatever you want to cook in a few time and with a good presentation take a help of cooking book or don’t know how to cook take expert advice

 

7)Portuguese food 

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people make the most of reasonable flights and the promise of beautiful food including the legendary Portuguese custard tart. The pastry of the moment  a new chain exclusively selling pasteis  but salt cod, rice pudding and spicy sausage are among other Portuguese classics worth checking out. 

 

8)Healthy snacks

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According to our trends ,  Picking and sharing small plates are on the rise, as are healthier snack solutions, so expect to see lower-sugar and high-protein bites. 

Try it yourself…

Put down the packet of crisps and graze on something more sustaining by reading up on the best .

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