Uzbek national cuisine is characterized by the extensive use of meat. Traditionally the Uzbeks prefer mutton, beef consume rarely, horse meat for cooking some foods (cooked sausages, etc.), even less. Fish is little used, mainly the population living in coastal areas.
The characteristic feature of modern Uzbek national dishes – use for cooking a variety of vegetables: carrots, pumpkins, potatoes, tomatoes, turnips, etc. Although potatoes, cabbage, tomatoes, eggplant began to be cultivated in Uzbekistan since the end of the XIX century, now in the Republic of these vegetables are grown and eaten everywhere. Wide application in Uzbek cuisine found various herbs, both cultivated and wild.
Such spices as coriander, mint, Basil, red pepper and others are added to foods in considerable doses.
The larger portion of Uzbek Continue reading
We need to eat three servings of unrefined brown rice (1 serving equals 60 g of dry rice), vegetable broth without limitation, mineral water and herbal teas – no limits, 100 grams of fruit or dry fruit, 300 to 400 g of vegetables, 1 tablespoon unrefined olive or coconut oil, a bit of natural vinegar.
After waking up you need to drink a glass of mineral water without gas or herbal tea (Linden, chamomile, mother and stepmother, horsetail, birch, mint).
Vegetable broth is prepared as follows: cut into cubes 300 g of vegetables:
carrots, leeks, celery, a small onion, a small potato, a bit of cabbage and any other vegetables, a teaspoon of oat flour, i.e. ground “Hercules”. Pour the vegetables 1 liter of water, bring to boil and cook on slow fire for about half an hour. At the end of cooking or in prepared, but the hot broth, add the herbs (parsley, dill, rosemary, chives, thyme, Basil). Drain, cool under the cover, put in refrigerator. The broth can be stored in the refrigerator up to 3-4 days and can be frozen in individual portions. Continue reading
Diet for a month belongs to the category of low-calorie. The main purpose of the diet is the reduction of appetite in the right frame. You are offered two menus (“A” and “b”) that you want the menu to alternate between them every other day.
Diet for a month. Day one through seven:
Option “A”: stale bagel and 200 grams of warm milk with a spoonful of honey;
Option “b”: a piece of black bread, sprinkled with parsley and a Cup of tea.
Second Breakfast (diet for a month):
Option “A”: two sandwiches with rye bread, thin layer of butter and lettuce, a Cup of tea;
Option B: 10-12 salted radishes average, stale bagel and 200 g of yogurt.
Option “A”: a portion of boiled fish with horseradish, 2-3 boiled potatoes sprinkled with herbs, green salad, seasoned with olive oil and lemon juice;
Option “b”: a portion of thick vegetable soup with Continue reading