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Ehh ... What's up Doc ?!
Here are the last born of the kitchen garden!

Rattles, music boxes, vibrating toys ...
Funny and cute vegetable to have fun with baby. 

These funny toys are handmade crochet,
a texture that will stimulate baby's curiosity while awakening its senses.

These toys made of organic cotton and machine washable,
suitable for babies fro...

Ehh ... What's up Doc ?!
Here are the last born of the kitchen garden!

Rattles, music boxes, vibrating toys ...
Funny and cute vegetable to have fun with baby. 

These funny toys are handmade crochet,
a texture that will stimulate baby's curiosity while awakening its senses.

These toys made of organic cotton and machine washable,
suitable for babies from birth.
They are aimed at little girls and boys without distinction.

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    Would you believe him ? Albert the Great, famous alchemist of the thirteenth century said that the radish juice mixed with psyllium seeds and egg white, rendered insensible to fire ... needless to try at home!

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     It's not just vampires that hate garlic! In the 14th century, Alphonse, king of Castile, had an order published which ordered knights who ate garlic to stay outside the court!

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    A wooden MyuM crate to collect your veggy toys!

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    Did you know? Everybody knows red beetroot, but much less his cousin the white beet grown for sugar production.

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    Everyone knows the story of Newton's apple. The young scientist receives an apple on his head, and presto, he deduces the law of Universal Gravitation !

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    There is the mouse, cute little animal and there is the computer mouse! It was invented by Douglas Carle Engelbart in 1963. And it was made out wood !

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    Do you know the French nursery rhyme "A green mouse"? It's an old song not cute at all. It refers to a Vendée soldier (soldiers who were called "mice" at the time) who was allegedly hunted down by Republican soldiers during the Vendée War (1793-1795) and then tortured in an atrocious way ...

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    Breastfeeding women are recommended to eat fennel to stimulate milk production. But beware ladies, eat it raw or cooked! The European Medicines Agency does not recommend the use of products based on seeds or essential oil of fennel during pregnancy and lactation.

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    Did you know? The Roman emperor Nero was nicknamed "porrofage" because every day he consumed leek broth to soften its vocal cords.

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    It's not just vampires that hate garlic! In the 14th century, Alphonse, king of Castile, had an order published which ordered knights who ate garlic to stay outside the court!

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    Peach is a very old fruit, already cultivated 5 century before our air in Asia. We find back it in Versailles fruit garden of Louis VIX. Where more than thirty varieties were grown there, under evocative names such as "Vénus Nipples"!

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    Did you know ? Frog eyes do not only have a classical role of vision, but also serve to feed them. Unable to swallow, their eyes enter their head and push the food into the oral cavity to swallow food more easily. That's why they blink when they swallow something.

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    The blueberry has amazing talents! During the second world war, it is the ally of the pilots of the Air force because it stimulates the production of "retinal purple" and improves the night vision.

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    Did you know? Everybody knows red beetroot, but much less his cousin the white beet grown for sugar production.

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    Did you know? The popular expression has it that eating carrots makes pink buttocks. This is true, beta-carotene can give a pink/orange skin.

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    Did you know ? The green peas is the origin of the first law of genetics with the Austrian monk Mendel who made green peas plant crossing to record changes in size, shape and color of the delicious green balls.

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    Did you know? The Roman emperor Nero was nicknamed "porrofage" because every day he consumed leek broth to soften its vocal cords.

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    In autumn, trees get prepared for winter and anticipate the decrease in light. So they stop feeding their leaves, causing them to fall. By starving them, chlorophyll, responsible for the green color of the foliage, disappears to make way for pigments hidden below such as the flavonoid for the yellow color, or the carotenoid for the orange.

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    The beginning of spring, fixed by convention on March 21, coincides with the equinox, that is to say the time of the year when the earth's axis of rotation is perpendicular to the imaginary line which connects the center of the Earth in the Sun.

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