In our Knowledge section, we want to pass on our know-how about the products in our shop. So you can be smart-assed to no end the next time you cook or bake together.
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KoRo's kleine Küchenkunde: Socasflocken
„Na socas, ääääh sowas! Was haben die denn da bei KoRo schon wieder im Shop?“, denkst Du Dir, als Du unsere Socasflocken im Sortiment entdeckst. Das wie, wo, warum und was der Socasflocken erklären wir Dir jetzt!
Five preconceptions about meat substitutes
POV: It's Sunday, you're at dinner with the whole family and you're having burgers. You are of course well prepared and are already looking forward to your burger with the new vegan patty.
1x1 of nutrition: Carbohydrates
We all know them, we all love them: carbohydrates. This essential macronutrient is found in every single cell in the body and is our body's favorite source of energy. But how exactly does it actually work?
A journey through cultures and their tea ceremonies
Tea - probably the best-known hot drink in the world. The era began thousands of years ago in Asia, where the tea plant Camellia sinensis originated. Crazy fact: after water, tea is the most consumed beverage in the world. What other secrets does tea have? Just read on!
All about: Kaffeekultur
Drowsily, you stir your morning cup of coffee. Hand on heart: the smell of hot brewed coffee is the reason why you get out of bed in the morning. But how did you come to enjoy coffee in the first place, you ask? And how is coffee drunk in other cultures?
Get to know: Perlcouscous
As a culinary enthusiast on the long voyage through the gastronomic seas, you are of course familiar with couscous and have it on board in the 1.5 kg storage pack. But have you heard of the new pearl in the kitchen ocean?
The ultimate mate guide: trendy drink with tradition
"I'll have a mate! You hear this phrase more and more often, especially among students, and you've probably already sipped the trendy drink. But as is the case with good old coffee, the relatively newly discovered mate tea has a much older tradition in this country than just being passed around at flat-sharing parties.
Wild cuisine of Europe: fruits, wild herbs & nuts
Are you as passionate a fan of the "7 vs. Wild" series as we are? We were inspired by the adventures of the participants and answered the call of the wild. We love the city, but nature also has so much to offer. As foodies, we are of course particularly interested in edible fruits, wild herbs, nuts and seeds. But don't worry, you don't have to become a survival expert to experience it for yourself! Try something new and discover outdoor cooking with us! And the best thing is: you don't even have to travel far to enjoy pure nature on your plate!
The wilderness is calling - packing list for your weekend adventure
The new season of 7 vs. Wild is about to start. As we eagerly await it and prepare snacks for our series evenings, a question arises: Could we do the same?
Well supplied in the wilderness: 7 ingenious companions
Ever since the survival series "7 vs. Wild", the hype has been there: the enthusiasm for living with just a few items in untouched nature. But whether in the wild forests of Canada or just in the urban jungle, adventures can be physically demanding. We show you seven foods without artificial additives that will accompany you on your journey.
Trivia facts: Proverbs Edition We have eaten wisdom with spoons!
Let's cut to the chase, when it comes to nut butter, nobody can hold a candle to us - we know that! That's why we follow the motto: many cooks spoil the broth. Of course, the same applies to our ingredient lists: Brevity is the spice of life. That's why our nut butters usually consist of just one ingredient! And when it comes to seasoning, we keep on smearing the puree around the mouths of our flavor experts until we have found the perfect match. We would all prefer to spoon up the soup on our own, but we don't do that at KoRo because we love our team. And we all know that: The way to the heart is through the stomach!
The big KoRo snack study
Whether it's to combat a midday slump, for an energy boost or simply to whet your appetite: the reasons for snacking are as varied as the range of snacks on offer...
Foodie Deep Dive: This is why food is de-oiled
We often have no idea what exactly food manufacturers are trying to tell us about some of the products on the supermarket shelves. Partially de-oiled almond flour and de-oiled cocoa - what is that supposed to be? And why is this done? The KoRo crew sheds some light on the subject.
Many people are now familiar with the B vitamins, vitamin C and vitamin D, but what is vitamin A? A for all-rounder, antioxidant or eye health, you could say. You can find out exactly what this vitamin is all about and how you can meet your daily requirements here.
Vitamin D - the "sun vitamin"
From October, the days get colder and shorter and we prefer to curl up on the cozy sofa again instead of stretching out our skin on a picnic blanket in the sun. But from October, it's not just cozy evenings at home that become an issue, but also vitamin D. Find out what this nutrient, also known colloquially as the sun vitamin, is all about here!