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Vacusine The perfect host – impress your guests blog vzug

The perfect host – impress your guests

Do you like to get together with friends or family in a cosy atmosphere to enjoy a fine meal? Maybe a nice glass of good wine and a delicious dessert to top it all off? You were invited last time, and now you’d like to return the favour. But what if you don’t know what kind of menu to cook and whether you can prepare everything in time? It doesn’t matter whether you love to cook and do it all the time, or if you only cook occasionally – in our post, we’ll show you how to prepare delicious meals without stress and still spend a lot of time with your guests. Continue reading

Confit Asian-style salmon with rapeseed oil foam and avocado mashed potato blog vzug

This is how you indulge your guests with Michelin-star cooking

A technique that has been popular with top chefs for many years is becoming more and more common in private kitchens: Sous vide – known as Vacuisine at V-ZUG – creates taste sensations that can’t be achieved with any other method of preparation. Try the difference and indulge your guests with Michelin-star cooking. Continue reading

Puff Pastry Pesto Christmas Tree blog vzug

Puff Pastry Pesto Christmas Tree

Just in time for Christmas, allow us to introduce the perfect pastry hors d’oeuvre – the puff pastry Christmas tree. You can conjure up a festive hors d’oeuvre to delight your guests with only two ingredients. It can also be served as a starter when accompanied by a side salad. Continue reading

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It is Energy Day and time for a few energy-saving tips

For Energy Day 2016, we are launching a series of energy-saving tips that we will circulate via blogs and social media. Share practical everyday tips with fans and friends using the hashtag #energyday16, add @vzug for Twitter, @vzugchde for Facebook and send us your own energy-saving tips for washing and cooking. It starts with washing machines and tumble dryers. WHY IS V-ZUG COMMITTED TO ... Continue reading

Energy-saving tips for cooking and baking blog zvug

Energy-saving tips for cooking and baking

Your cooking is most likely healthy and delicious. But is it energy-efficient? It's #energyday16 and we've got a few tips for you! 10% of the costs spent on energy consumption for household appliances come straight from your cooking and baking equipment. We have collected some practical everyday tips for you that concern the use of household appliances. This article is all about baking ... Continue reading

Energy-saving tips for refrigeration blog vzug

Energy-saving tips for refrigeration

Nowadays, your refrigeration appliances work hard around the clock. But are you really using them in an energy-efficient way? It’s that time again – #energyday16 is here and V-ZUG has some tips for you! Continue reading

Energy-saving tips for dishwashing blog vzug

Energy-saving tips for dishwashing

75% in 25 years! The energy needed for running a dishwasher has decreased and we've got a few tips that will help you maximise this energy-saving potential. Today's quality dishwashers are very high tech. This helps improve cleaning results, reduces the consumption of energy, water, salts and brighteners, and saves you money while helping the environment. Learn how to maximise the full ... Continue reading

washing cleaning blog vzug

Energy-saving tips for washing and drying

Washing and drying are part of your everyday routine. But how energy-efficient are you? It's #energyday16 time and V-ZUG has got a few tips for you! One-fifth of all household power consumption flows through the utility room. That means it's worth to look there to find ways of saving energy. We've managed to collect some excellent energy-saving tips for you. And there's much more to come. ... Continue reading

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“Here in Switzerland, we are in the European Silicon Valley”

V-ZUG is constantly introducing world firsts with the “Made in Switzerland” stamp. Who is behind it, and how do you conceive a path from idea to sophisticated world-first product? We met up with Stephan Keller, Director Development Division, for a chat. Continue reading

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10 good deeds to prevent food waste

Food waste is a real problem! In Switzerland, a third of all food produced goes to waste. At the top of the list are fresh vegetables, potatoes and bread, with throwaway rates of 63, 61 and 56 per cent. Most waste occurs in private households. Source: foodwaste.ch. Help to reduce food wastage rates by trying out the following tips. Continue reading

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