Simone Panteleit - Die Nacht in Berlin (June 2019).
Salad with fresh ingredients and a delicious dressing: a poem! But quickly the fresh meal collapses, why?
Salt and sugar in the dressing are primarily responsible for the fact that the still so crisp salad loses its crisp structure after a short time. Both deprive the vegetables namely water - keyword osmosis. But also vinegar and oil take the lettuce its loose structure and let it sag in itself. - And even in the fridge, the salad withers over time, even if it is still unaddressed. This is due to the very dry air in the fridge. The humidity just freezes - and in the same way, the water evaporates in the salad.$config[ads_text] not found
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Simone Panteleit, born 1976 in Frankfurt am Main, began her career in 1996 at the Berlin radio station rs2, where she was trained as a news editor and moderator. In 2008 she started her career as a TV presenter of the SAT.1 breakfast television. Since 2010, she has also been a presenter at Berliner Rundfunk 91.4 as a presenter. In 2013, her first book, "Why Socks Always Go Away and Go Where?", Was an essence of her radio show "Why? That's why! ", In which Simone Panteleit deals with all sorts of exciting everyday questions and their solutions. Simone Panteleit lives in Berlin, is married and has four children.
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