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French desserts can be called a work of art, because the simplicity and sophistication of their sweets is appreciated by the whole world.
How to try salted caramel in Paris
One of the reasons why French cuisine is among the top three in the world is that they are not afraid to experiment with tastes. Who knew that the combination of sweet caramel and salted oil will cause the rapture of emotion and will gain a lot of admirers. Now this sweetness is patented and has its own brand.

How to do?

1. Go for example to Madame Denise Akabo, she is the owner of a small shop "Golden Star". She makes all the sweets with her own hands only from natural products.
2. Look around the shop, because it is more like a museum with an exhibition of chocolate and other sweets.
3. Taste everything you like and try the famous salted caramel (by the way, Michelle Obama's favorite dessert).

How much?

A small salty piece of caramel will cost no more than €1.

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Guest17 November 2019

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