Soupe de Poisson Bretonne





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Published on Aug 5, 2012

copyright 2012 Lisa B. Falour, B.S., M.B.A. all rights reserved LISA, INC. (EURL) cutecatfaith.cm

This is from a small cannery in Brittany, France. We do like Brittany fish soup. It's very refined, and I've looked at recipes and it looks like a HUGE amount of work! It's usually pricey, often sold in glass jars, and this one cost between three and four euros. We like the design on the can.

We like to buy things from small local manufacturers and businesses. I can legally export many products out of France and have a system where I can ship anywhere in the world with no weight limit at quite a reasonable price. Some of the things I still really love to buy here, very fun for me as an American, are herbes de provence (and many other spices), chestnuts (dry, candied or in a wonderful syrup), patés and terrines sold in cans and glass containers which are made of exotic things such as wild boar and are legal to send anywhere, mustard (either Dijon or Meaux), fleur de sel de Camargue (hand-raked sea salt which smells faintly of violets and is so precious, each box bears the raker's name), and, of course, wine. There are also wonderful wooden toys, lace and tapestries, handmade clothing of angora or kashmir wools and such, antique tools which still function, such as butter churns and copper bed warmers, all kinds of stuff! I also export hemp oil, fancy soaps and perfumes, trendy fashion clothing items ... chocolates ... as I said, if it's legal, I'll probably sell it to you. I had one lady who was dividing up and preselling my shipments and making a profit!

Every place and region, almost, seems to have its specialty fish soup. Which is your favorite?

B.P. 40217
56172 Quiberon FRANCE

The can contains 425 ml or a net weight of 14 oz. Its net weight is 410 g in metric.

It contains water, deep water fish, tomato concentrate, salt, stock of various vegetables, olive oil, potato starch, white wine, various spices and flavorings including pepper, thyme, rosemary, parsley, fennel, cayenne pepper, and saffron, and natural onion and garlic extracts.


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