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gary robert

gary robert

Salut Marie Claire, when studying the section on foods, the term "nutella" was given. Just what is this, I have never heard of this . merci, gary
Marie-Claire-Riviere

Marie-Claire-Riviere

Salut Gary, "Nutella" was actually developed in Italy but you will most likely find a jar of Nutella in any home (especially if there are children living there!). It looks like a sticky brown goo that usually is pasted on a baguette. It's a mixture of hazelnut, cocoa and powdered milk. Other than on a fresh baguette, you can put it on toast, crepes, croissants and even bananas. - Marie Claire

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