“Dear God, feed me with Ratatouille, please. Amen.” Your belly

This looks amazing, I’d leave out the butter and the salt, although Andrea had a comment on the type of salt she uses when I asked her about it, scroll through the comments to read it.
John

Don't dig your grave with your own knife and fork

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“If you are what you eat, then I only want to eat the good stuff.” I am sure that most of you remember these wise words of one of my most favourite Disney characters – Remy, from the movie Ratatouille. Christmas time is slowly passing by and our bellies start calling for “menu revolution.” After too much of sugar, wheat and milk we consumed during Christmas feast, there is nothing better than vegetables to cleanse our body system, mainly liver and colon. This time, I inspired by the traditional French recipe, that made us all drooling in front of our TVs while watching little rat Remy cooking it, and I decided to share with you the recipe of this delicious and healthy meal.

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