Category: All Year Recipe

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Avocado oil: What is avocado oil good for?

Avocado oil; what are the benefits? Composition and calorie content of fruit oils. Valuable properties, possible contraindications. How to use avocado oil, recipes. Interesting facts. Avocado oil is not only a cosmetically active product but also a cold-pressed food. It is interesting that the pulp of the plant is used as raw material, not the seeds. Even the ancient Indians considered the fruit a source of...

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Olives: What are the benefits of eating olives?

Olives are the fruit of the European olive tree. Since ancient times, the culture has been cultivated to produce olive oil; it does not exist in nature. The homeland of the plant is the Mediterranean Sea. Today, olives are grown in many countries, including Russia – mainly can find trees in our country on the Black Sea coast. The fruit is a slightly elongated oval drupe....

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Quince: What do quince taste like?

Quince is an ancient fruit crop, according to historical data has been cultivated for more than 4 thousand years. The plant’s homeland is the Caucasus, from where it first spread to Asia Minor, then to Ancient Greece and Rome. Today it is cultivated in many regions of the world – Europe, America, Africa, and Australia. Of course, quince grows at home. It is considered unpretentious –...

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Tomato soup with cabbage and frozen vegetables

Tomato soup with cabbage and frozen vegetables; how to cook a delicious at home? Nutritional value and calorie content. Step-by-step recipe. A good lunch is key to proper nutrition. However, in summer, there is loud heat on the street, and you do not want to eat heavy and hearty dishes. In this case, light soups in a hurry will help. Here is a simple but delicious...

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Jusai or fragrant onion

Jusai, lighting and valuable properties of a perennial plant, use in cooking and medicine, how to grow. Chemical composition of garlic spice The jusai plant is of great value to the human body due to its chemical and energy composition. The caloric content of branched onions is low.  It is only 40-41 kcal per 100 g, of which: Carbohydrates – 8, 2-8, 4 g; Protein –...

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Roller with plums: Quick blow roller with plums at home

Roller with plums A very quick and inexpensive recipe for homemade baking – a roll of ready-made puff pastry with plums in a hurry. Step-by-step recipe. A fragrant and delicious puff pastry roll made from ready-made puff pastry with fruit is a wonderful dessert for tea, which will not cause any problems in the kitchen. Sweet and fragrant pastries always fill the house with an atmosphere...

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Two Delicious Recipes for Looking After a Dry Throat

Having a sore throat calls for two treatments: rest and home-cooked comfort food. Everybody has their own special recipes that they rustle up when they have a painful throat and want something easy and comforting to swallow. If you’re looking to add to that repertoire, then the aromatic tea and spicy noodle soup below could be exactly what you need.  Caring for Your Throat Throat care...

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Cactus: Can you cook and eat cactus?

Cactus, recipes for making drinks, desserts, salads, and entrees. Used in folk medicine. The cactus is an uncommon plant for our latitudes. It is used as an ornamental flower and home decoration. Home-grown thorn stalks are not suitable for human consumption, but wild varieties in Mexico and other Latin American countries have long been used as ingredients in various dishes; the people of these countries know...

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Mirin rice wine

Mirin rice wine, what is? Production methods. Calorie content and vitamin and mineral mixtures in the composition. Effects on the body, cuisine, and product history. Mirin is a very sweet rice wine, a product of Japanese cuisine, which is more often used as a spice in fish dishes or various sauces. The smell is subtle, with no marks stamped; the taste is sweet, a little sugary;...

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Vegetable caviar: How to cook vegetable caviar

Vegetable caviar, how to cook at home? Nutritious and low in calories. Technology and finesse of cooking. Step-by-step recipe with photo recipe. Let’s make the most delicious vegetable caviar today. This recipe is very, very relevant at this time of year because supermarkets and markets are overflowing with cheap seasonal vegetables. Vegetable caviar is a versatile dish that can be served as a salad, side dish,...