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Marinating cabbage hot: fast cooking tasty snacks

Sauerkraut or pickled cabbage is familiar to all. But this is not the only way of cooking delicious meals from this vegetable. For those who don’t want to wait, when the cabbage will sachsida, or prefer a more savoury, a good option would be pickled cabbage. Marinating cabbage hot is a simple way to quickly prepare a great snack.

Features of the method

Crispy aromatic spicy cabbage – a great snack for strong drinks. It is good and in the beginning of the meal – my appetite. And as an accompaniment to fatty meats pickled cabbage is simply irreplaceable: it contained the acid helps to digest heavy fatty foods, relieves unpleasant symptoms after eating.

Mistresses appreciate pickled cabbage for quick cooking. No need to wait for weeks when dish will sachsida, there is no need to constantly monitor the sauerkraut, not moldy. Pickled cabbage cooks very quickly and tastes almost as good as the cabbage cooked by traditional methods. According to other foodies, she even tastier – juicy, with a rich taste and appetizing aroma.

To prepare the pickled cabbage use vinegar or vinegar essence. These will sostavlyayuschaya food a characteristic sour taste. It is a vinegar distinguished by marinating cabbage from all other methods of cooking this vegetable. Continue reading

The fastest and light snacks

The fastest and snacks, of course, are salads fruits and vegetables, because, first, their preparation is spent much less time (no need to boil, simmer, fry, etc.) and, secondly, such food is always fresh and many of them are perfectly satisfy hunger. We will note several advantages of these snacks:

vegetables and fruits carry the vitamins

vegetables and fruits are always low-calorie and easily digestible

vegetables and fruits are easy to prepare, and well blended (ingredients)

vegetables and fruits are suitable even for people who sit on a diet

The quick snacks of vegetables are snacks of cucumbers, tomatoes, asparagus, peppers, beans, greens. These vegetables are easily cut and combined, depending on preference. You can make a light salad (a must, of course, add seasonings, sour cream, mayonnaise, butter (to taste).

Here is an example of quick snacks of vegetables: salad cucumber, tomato, pepper, radish and cheese. Continue reading

9 of the most expensive cheese of the world

Good cheese is perfect to complement a good wine or chocolate and some kinds of cheese are always synonymous with good taste. Archaeological data clearly shows the propagation of cheesemaking in year 5500 BC in the region of kuyavia, Poland. By that time, when Rome became the dominant civilization in the world, cheese was an everyday food. After the fall of Rome, cheese making spread throughout Europe. In today’s world there are many different types of cheese: only in the UK with over 700 different local cheeses; France more than 400 famous cheeses.

The first factory for the industrial production of cheese was built in 1815 in Switzerland, since the mass production of cheese became commonplace. Below we will learn about 9 of the most exorbitantly expensive cheese in the world.

Nowhere in the world is cheese so revered in France. The country is famous for its famous cheeses, such as Camembert made in Normandy, brie historic region of brie in France. Cheese is commonly used for pizzas, salads, soups, etc.

1. Dita Beaufort (Beaufort D’ete): $ 35 per half kilogram. Continue reading

9 of the most expensive cheese of the world
Good cheese is perfect to complement a good wine or chocolate and some kinds of cheese are always synonymous with good taste. Archaeological data clearly shows the propagation of cheesemaking…

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