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It was during a meeting with journalists on the sidelines of the city council on Thursday that Gautier Chapuis, delegated councilor for local food and food security appointed by Mayor Grégory Doucet, confirmed it.

“The cordon bleu is somewhat the spearhead of ultra-processed food products, and as such there is no longer any reason to be on the menus of students in Lyon,” said the young elected.

From September 2022, and regardless of the delegate that the Lyon town hall chooses to run its gigantic central kitchen which delivers 26,000 meals a day to ensure school catering for young Lyonnais, they will never have a cordon bleu again. On the menu.

Davy Tissot, child of Les Minguettes and Monday winner of the Bocuse d´Or at Sirha, and whom Gautier Chapuis met just after his victory, will support this culinary decision as the industrial cordon bleu is so unappetizing and appreciated.

Who told you to do it? You mix up two subjects there, nobody said that the ersatz veggie was better for the health but that the industrial cordon bleu is a trash: meat scraps agglomerated with fibers, cheese scraps, melting salts, etc … It makes sense to remove it from the public diet that is served to thousands of children. Like a steak, if you’re afraid of the all-powerful veggie lobby …;)

I just wanted to say that junk food is also about meat substitutes.

You’re kidding, I guess: industrial canteen blue cordon has nothing to do with this recipe.

So the real problem is junk food … why not tackle the real problem?

I just saw one recently on soy “steaks”.
Sorry, it’s not terrible either and it’s more expensive than meat: I won’t convert to meatless after seeing it.

Who told you to do it? You mix up two subjects there, nobody said that the ersatz veggie was better for the health but that the industrial cordon bleu is a trash: meat scraps agglomerated with fibers, cheese scraps, melting salts, etc … It makes sense to remove it from the public diet that is served to thousands of children. Like a steak, if you’re afraid of the all-powerful veggie lobby …;)

Instead of worrying about what they put on their plate, they better take care of their own mind

… But no. finally, there is no more blind than one who does not want to see.
And everything is good for scraping a few lanes, regardless of the process.

and hop
this is a strong gesture from Gregory la Fresque
it is true that it is the most urgent … nothing more important in the canteens of Lyon, not even the repeated strikes, not even the filthy hamburgers delivered two days before, nor the incompetent staff, nor even the lack of space, or even …
Ah these beautiful ecologists, they have fights at their height, it’s nice to know that the future goes through the abolition of privileges, ah no of the blue cords

This is a good start to completely reviewing the quality of the food in the various canteens.

There may also be the possibility of not going industrial and simplifying the recipe if necessary to continue offering one of the children’s favorite dishes. but it is true that the town hall seems to favor vegetarian menus served this week on Tuesday without an alternative meat or fish or egg, and over-privilege the fish served two consecutive days this week, Thursday and Friday! It is true that mercury is better for children, yet it seemed to me that scientists did not recommend fish more than once a week.

In the evening when they leave school the kids will only ask for fried hamburgers, and it’s even worse to eat that at night. They will quickly get bored of salads.
So Mr Doucet strongly participates in the malnutrition of the students …

https://www.marmiton.org/recettes/recette_cordon-bleu_27731.aspx
STEP 1
chicken breast
bacon
cheese
In each slice of chicken put two slices of bacon next to each other and place a slice of cheese on top.
2ND STEP
Close everything by folding the slice in half.
STEP 3
plain flour
egg
breadcrumbs
Provide 3 plates and put in the flour, beaten egg and breadcrumbs. Dip each cutlet first in the flour,
STEP 4
then in the bud
STEP 5
and finally in breadcrumbs.
STEP 6
butter
Cook them for a few minutes on each side in a pan with a little butter.
STEP 7
Enjoy immediately.

You’re kidding, I guess: industrial canteen blue cordon has nothing to do with this recipe.

You have to see the documentary “La Grande Malbouffe” on Arte to realize the filth that is an industrial cordon bleu …

I just saw one recently on soy “steaks”.
Sorry, it’s not terrible either and it’s more expensive than meat: I won’t convert to meatless after seeing it.

https://www.marmiton.org/recettes/recette_cordon-bleu_27731.aspx
STEP 1
chicken breast
bacon
cheese
In each slice of chicken put two slices of bacon next to each other and place a slice of cheese on top.
2ND STEP
Close everything by folding the slice in half.
STEP 3
plain flour
egg
breadcrumbs
Provide 3 plates and put in the flour, beaten egg and breadcrumbs. Dip each cutlet first in the flour,
STEP 4
then in the bud
STEP 5
and finally in breadcrumbs.
STEP 6
butter
Cook them for a few minutes on each side in a pan with a little butter.
STEP 7
Enjoy immediately.

You can even make your hallal or kosher cordon bleu you replace the bacon with beef bacon, or a slice of smoked chicken fillet or pastrami and hop hop Gregory who thought that the meatless solved the religious problems there are alternatives, we know the variable geometry secularism of the greens 🙂

https://www.marmiton.org/recettes/recette_cordon-bleu_27731.aspx
STEP 1
chicken breast
bacon
cheese
In each slice of chicken put two slices of bacon next to each other and place a slice of cheese on top.
2ND STEP
Close everything by folding the slice in half.
STEP 3
plain flour
egg
breadcrumbs
Provide 3 plates and put in the flour, beaten egg and breadcrumbs. Dip each cutlet first in the flour,
STEP 4
then in the bud
STEP 5
and finally in breadcrumbs.
STEP 6
butter
Cook them for a few minutes on each side in a pan with a little butter.
STEP 7
Enjoy immediately.

The canteens don’t have time to do that even if it’s better

Yep, the meals should be without meat and without fish.
Playgrounds without football and grammar must be in inclusive writing.

Long live the cherry tails and fish bones. A beautiful menu that is!

Yep, the meals should be without meat and without fish.
Playgrounds without football and grammar must be in inclusive writing.

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If they continue like this we will give them a good point and after 5, they will have a handful of peas lardons (confectionery). 🙂

You have to see the documentary “La Grande Malbouffe” on Arte to realize the filth that is an industrial cordon bleu …

https://www.marmiton.org/recettes/recette_cordon-bleu_27731.aspx
STEP 1
chicken breast
bacon
cheese
In each slice of chicken put two slices of bacon next to each other and place a slice of cheese on top.
2ND STEP
Close everything by folding the slice in half.
STEP 3
plain flour
egg
breadcrumbs
Provide 3 plates and put in the flour, beaten egg and breadcrumbs. Dip each cutlet first in the flour,
STEP 4
then in the bud
STEP 5
and finally in breadcrumbs.
STEP 6
butter
Cook them for a few minutes on each side in a pan with a little butter.
STEP 7
Enjoy immediately.

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