E175 or gold for dinner
In gourmet restaurants you can get delicacies with a gold leaf coating. For example, gilded chocolates are famous. Also an often award-winning sparkling wine producer in Austria sells "golden sparkling wine", a sparkling wine with a sparkling golden rain when you turn the bottle upside down and the "Gdansk Gold Water" may also be known to many.
But not only exclusive food, also French fries or curry sausage have already been refined with gold leaf (E175). This only optically, because the metal does not have its own taste. Whether it is reprehensible to eat gold in the face of the starving people in the world is up to you. The story of King Midas also comes to mind. Everything he touched turned to gold, so that after his meals also turned to gold, he finally blessed the temporal.
But one could also argue, before the precious metal becomes dusty as bars, it would be nicer to taste it. In the event of a food shortage due to economic crises, gold does not serve as a substitute for bread. And before eating a cappuccino sprinkled with gold leaf or a cheese streaked with gold, it is better to try to make a profit with the shares of promising gold companies such as TerraX Minerals or Nordic Gold.
TerraX Minerals - https://www.commodity-tv.net/c/search_adv/?v=298245 - hat has established its Yellowknife City gold project in the Northwest Territories of Canada in the area of two formerly producing mines (Con and Giant). Large gold deposits have already been confirmed and the latest drilling from the summer drilling program has also yielded excellent gold grades (up to 124 grams of gold per tonne of rock).
Nordic Gold - https://rohstoff-tv.net/c/c,search/?v=298559,, formerly known as Firesteel Resources, is expected to start gold production on the Laiva gold project in Finland in 2018. A gold futures purchase agreement has also already been concluded.
Current company information and press releases from Nordic Gold (https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/nordic-gold-corp.html) TerraX Minerals (https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/terrax-minerals-inc.html).
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