The leaves of rosemary have bright, intense aroma, reminiscent of a complex mixture of lemon, camphor, eucalyptus and pine. Rosemary harmoniously complements the taste and smell of the drink, giving it a subtle spiciness, and its properties extra strength. Today this healthful drink is invaluable for its powerful antioxidant properties
and ability to treat many diseases. It is enriched with vitamins: beta-carotene, thiamin, Riboflavin, Niacin, vitamins B6 and B12, Biotin, Pantothenic acid, vitamins C, D, E and K. Rosemary respected for powerful antioxidant properties and ability to treat many diseases, as it is filled with many vitamins: beta-carotene, thiamin, Riboflavin, Niacin, vitamins B6 and B12, C, D, E, K, Biotin, Pantothenic acid. The therapeutic properties of rosemary is due to essential oils and antioxidants such as carnosol and ursolic acid and other biologically active substances that prevent DNA mutations and the formation of tumors. Doctors recommend to use rosemary during treatment and rehabilitation after strokes, Continue reading
Water and milk.
To knead any dough liquid must consist of at least ½ glass of water for cultivation of yeast. The rest of the liquid ingredients allowed in any proportion: water, milk, sour cream, whey, yogurt, buttermilk, juices and other.
The milk makes the batter thicker and softer and gives it elasticity and firmness. But use milk need to be cautious. If you want to replace the water in the recipe for milk, the proportions should be different. Milk need to take a quarter less, and an excessive amount do not let the dough baked through. It is recommended to mix the milk with water in a ratio of 1: 1 (or even take a little less milk).
Combining the flour with water or milk, pour the liquid into the flour. If you do the opposite (add flour to liquid), the formation of lumps, from which it is hard to get rid of, and the dough can be mixed.
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Many spices and seasonings came to us from the East. Diverse in flavor, taste, and smell, they make our kitchen more rich and refined. One of these spices – ginger, which traces its history from Western India and South-East Asia.
This perennial plant belongs to the ginger family. It is grown widely in warm climates for medicinal and culinary purposes.
Ginger is also called the “horned root”, and this is no accident. Branched rhizomes and shoots do look like horns. Depending on the degree of processing of the root distinguish black and white ginger. Black is more pungent and tart, because he undergoes little processing, and the white is more gentle, he is subjected to a more Continue reading