Why You Must Include Russian Healthy Food in Your Meal

Russians like sour, pickled and salty food. Sauerkraut soup (shchi), pickles, soaked apples, sauerkraut, soups with a pickle and pickled vegetables such as rassolnik (meat or fish soup with pickled or salted cucumbers) and solyanka (soup with pickles and a variety of meats) are typical and true Russian dishes which make the Russian cuisine original. Picking, pickling, and soak are the most natural ways to preserve vitamins. Lactic acid which kills pathogens is produced in such food. Sour cabbages heal you if you have a cold. If you have gastrointestinal diseases, you should it it. Rassolnik has a laxative effect and helps shed the weight. You won’t find such a wide range of liquid food in any cuisine in the world. Cold soups save microelements, and vitamins. Shchi (cabbage soup), zatirukha (a liquid porridge made from scalded flour with fried onions), pottage, solyanka (a spicy soup of vegetables and meat or fish), fish soup, and rassolnik (meat or fish soup with pickled or salted cucumbers) will warm you in cold weather. They also improve your blood circulation and metabolism. Cold soups such as okroshka (cold kvass-and-vegetable soup, with bits and pieces of meat or sausage) and botvinya (cold liquid soup made from kvas and boiled green) will help you eliminate toxins from […]

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