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Recette de Salade de laitue et carottes

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Une salade fraiche et legère idéale pour le dîner

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pour 4 personnesLes Ingrédients recette de Salade de laitue et carottes

  • 4 Carottes
  • 1 Laitue
  • 1/2 Citron
  •  Sel et poivre
  •  Huile d'olive

Etapes de préparation recette de Salade de laitue et carottes

  1. 0 Nettoyer la laitue et jeter les feuilles du dessus
  2. 1 Eplucher les carottes
  3. 2 Couper la laitue et râper les carottes
  4. 3 Mélanger. Dans un petit bol, mélanger le jus du demi-citron, l'huile, le sel et le poivre et arroser la salade avec.
  5. 4 Bien décorer. Chahia Tayba

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Lshandra
19/07/2012 17:13:43
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Well, this is the most political post on this blog I've seen so far.But I like dinusssicg politics.Apparently the word 'socialism' still works like a red flag on a bull in the US.I'm one of the (many, no doubt) European readers, and I assure you that socialism in Europe is basically "higher taxes and in return the goverment pays our medical bills". (I'm simplyfing)Lack of freedom in our countries? Well, you have the 'freedom' to try and get rich in Europe, but it will take longer because of the higher taxes.Risk of getting poor, loose your house and no way to pay for your medication? Well, much less risk for that than in the US as much of that tax payers money is used as a 'safety net'.Do not confuse socialism with communism, where you indeed have to give up the freedom of trade (to start with). History has clearly shown what communism leads to.Less democracy in our 'socialistic' countries?Well, in most european countries you have a 'socialist' party, traditionally representing the working class, you have a 'free trade' party, representing bussines owners, a 'christian' party and a 'green' party. (I'm forgetting the racist party)So, as a voter you have much more variety to choose from, and most of these parties are big enough to be worth voting for in the sense that they all make a chance of being part of a governement every odd election. I'd call that MORE democracy.But our more 'socialistic' way of government is far from perfect. It can lead to excess and abuse of this 'safety net'. And the multi-party system often results in lack of leadership and errmmm...audacity of hope.As a final remark:to say that you can't get hungry in the south of France...I don't think you'll be eating much "Salade Nie7oise" if your poor. Just like everywhere in the world the poor southern Frenchies eat McDonalds leftovers. Dommage!
Ally
18/08/2014 22:14:37
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That's a smart answer to a tricky quoitsen
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