Today I want to tell you all about the Vitaliseur.
I received my Vitaliseur de Marion has a present 3 years ago and it has changed completely the way I cook, reheat and just do almost everything in the kitchen.
The Vitaliseur de Marion is a very special steamer that gently-steam cook to 95˚Celsius maximum, preserving vitamins and minerals from fruits and vegetables. It is made of stainless steel 10/18 (medical grade), it can be used on any type of stove (induction, glass-ceramic, gas, electric).
You can read more information on the different cooking methods (choosing-cooking-methods.html)
The Vitaliseur is made of 3 parts, a deep water reservoir, a perforated sieve and a dome lid.
Each part has been designed according to the golden proportion in order to preserve vitamins and minerals to their maximum after cooking.
The special shape of the lid allows excess steam to drain off the water drops formed to flow along the walls instead of coming back on the food during cooking and thus removing all its nutritional value dome.
It can be bought by itself in two sizes (the small Robinson great for 1 person, I never tried it) or the Grand chef (for 2 to 6 persons) or as a complete set with a soup/rice pot and a cake tin for the grand chef.
For more information: https://www.vitaliseurdemarion.fr/officiel/vitaliseur-de-marion/en
What can you do with it?
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The balance between positive and negative aspect definitely falls on the positive side for me.
It is the most important tool in my kitchen.
I have recommended the Vitaliseur to family, friends and I haven't heard of anybody regretting their purchase.
As I am a prescriptor if you wish to buy and benefit from advantageous prices on Marion's steamer, contact me email@example.com , after your first purchase you can also become a prescriptor.
The official website - https://shop.vitaliseurdemarion.fr
A video from Marion Kaplan - https://youtu.be/V7XeYXAJytk (in French)
I am not sponsored by Marion Kaplan, I only express my own opinion.
** What is Nori? It is the Japanese name for dried edible seaweed sheets made from a species of red algae called Porphyra, including Porphyra yezoensis and Porphyra tenera.
The square sheets are mainly used for sushi, they are easily found in the asiatic section of the supermarket.