Anyway, and the chocolate tasted each of us. There he is what is on the shelves! In large and small tiles, bitter, milky, white, porous and solid. In short, if the usual chocolate – this is normal, sorry for the tautology, the phenomenon, here’s some hot chocolate for us almost exotic. Kind of saw this in the menu of the urban coffee shop, so
what? And the only salt that this wonderful drink (he really is such a warming, soft taste, creates a cozy atmosphere in any location) can be cooked at home. In short, up and at ‘ em!
Memory improves, banishes depression
From time to time hot chocolate was considered a beverage “healing” — will help against colds, distemper, he was even viewed as an aphrodisiac.
I don’t know about the latter, but the fact that this Continue reading
Many people love chocolate, however, try to avoid it because they consider it an unhealthy food. But while many chocolate products are really very high in calories and not good for health, rather, it is due to the presence of large amounts of sugar, and not by the presence of cocoa. Actually, cocoa powder — based chocolate – has a high nutritional value and can bring tangible benefits to health. And unsurpassed taste of chocolate will instantly
improve your mood and health.
Cocoa powder is made from cocoa beans — the fruit of the cacao tree that grows in many tropical countries. The beans are processed into cocoa butter and the remaining “cake” dried and ground — here it is, a fine unsweetened cocoa powder. There are two types of unsweetened powder: natural and Dutch-processed).
Natural cocoa powder, the taste Continue reading
Actually this tea is also called Mongol, Kirghiz, and domba or maps of Jomboy. That is, Kalmyk – this tea with milk, salt and often sharp, buttered, spread in the Caucasus, in Asia, in southern Siberia.
If we talk about the major components of this tea, the
first thing is a mix of green and black teas, and a diverse mixture of grasses, which are based on Badan. Herbs for Kalmyk tea is harvested before flowering, which provides the drink hypoallergenic ü. Tea leaves for this tea are harvested usually in late autumn after harvest of the main crop of young tea leaves. Due to the fact that tea leaves are not subjected to withering and fermentation, Kalmyk tea has a tart, slightly bitter taste and a peculiar yellow-red. The mixture of tea leaves and herbs pressed into briquettes, weighing from 0.3 to 2.5 to 2.8 pounds.
The origin of Kalmyk tea
This tea is the drink of the nomads. Continue reading