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MisoMiso
26 Jan.
Ivan
A predecessor of miso is considered "hisio" - a spice that has been prepared from fermented soy, alcohol, wheat, salt and other ingredients....
ShrimpShrimp
30 Dec.
Ivan
About 90% of food allergies are associated with 8 food types: tree nuts, fish, crustaceans (including shrimp), cow's milk, hen eggs, soy products, nuts and wheat....
MayonnaiseMayonnaise
26 Dec.
Ivan
General benefits to the human body from store-bought mayonnaise in practice can be there, because if its contents are only natural, with natural products, however, the mayonnaise can be useful in many ways, especially when...
HerringHerring
29 Jan.
Topato
Preparation is as follows: the salted herring is placed in a barrel to sit in for about 2 months, after which it is transferred into cans, where the fermentation process continues....
CapersCapers
24 Mar.
Ivan
There is even copper capers, you can experience in the places where they are grown massively. Here are two easy recipes for sauces with capers, suitable for pastas and fish....
GeraniumGeranium
29 Jan.
Ivan
It is native to South Africa, where it now lies in its natural habitats....
ChivesChives
24 Nov.
Ivan
Data found in its use of a cook book in 1806, where the author describes in detail its consumption with pancakes, soups, fish and sandwiches....
TrufflesTruffles
08 Aug.
Ivan
Reaches 7 cm in diameter and weighs up to 100 g, found in Italy and Spain, but especially in France, where it is very appreciated. The black truffle is globular, sometimes with rounded protrusions....
Soy SauceSoy Sauce
27 Jan.
Ivan
The technology for the production of true and pure soy sauce is as follows: mix soy and wheat grains, which are flooded with salt water and left to ferment naturally for months....
CitrusCitrus
21 Dec.
Ivan
India today is considered one of the largest producing countries, when it comes to lemons and limes....
PlantainPlantain
31 Jan.
Ivan
This is the period where you can buy herbs from professional herbalists and people involved in their trade. Dry out the leaves in a cool dry place, but always in the shade....