Van het bed geknipt

French translation: fraîchement cueilli

11:54 Jan 16, 2012
Dutch to French translations [PRO]
Cooking / Culinary
Dutch term or phrase: Van het bed geknipt
Dans une recette: tuinkers, van het bed geknipt.

Du cresson alénois, *van het bed geknipt*, est-ce que cela veut dire 'fraîchement coupé' ou 'coupé au ras du sol' ou autre chose?

Merci de votre aide.
Ginny Poupon
France
Local time: 04:38
French translation:fraîchement cueilli
Explanation:
je dirai
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Elisabeth Toda-v.Galen
France
Local time: 04:38
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Merci Elisabeth, Ide et Pascale.
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3 +1fraîchement cueilli
Elisabeth Toda-v.Galen
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Bed of mat
Ide Verhelst (X)

  

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fraîchement cueilli


Explanation:
je dirai

Elisabeth Toda-v.Galen
France
Local time: 04:38
Works in field
Native speaker of: Native in FrenchFrench
PRO pts in category: 72
Grading comment
Merci Elisabeth, Ide et Pascale.

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agree  Pascale van Kempen-Herlant: "fraîchement coupé" convient également à mon avis
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Reference: Bed of mat

Reference information:
Tuinkers wordt meestal op een matje of bedje (van vlas) gekweekt dat dienst doet als voedingsbodem. Je dient de tuinkers onmiddellijk na het oogsten of knippen) te gebruiken, vandaar de uitdrukking, gewoon om aan te geven dat je hem op zijn bedje laat tot je hem gebruikt.


    Reference: http://www.jardin.ch/dossiers/cresson.html
    Reference: http://www.onzevierkantemetertuin.nl/gewas.php?gewas=tuinker...
Ide Verhelst (X)
Belgium
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Native speaker of: Native in DutchDutch
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Asker: Heel duidelijk, bedankt!

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