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Salad recipes for every day
Required: 1 liters of soda, 2 bananas, 2 peaches, a few bars of chocolate, some berries and seedless 20 g fruit ice cream. The method of preparation. Slice the bananas…

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Salad recipes for every day

Required: 1 liters of soda, 2 bananas, 2 peaches, a few bars of chocolate, some berries and seedless 20 g fruit ice cream.

The method of preparation. Slice the bananas into circles, divide the peaches in half, remove pits and cut each half into several slices. Smash the chocolate into small pieces, remove the seeds from the berries. Put into each plate equally just, pour lemonade and tea spoons will put three scoops of ice cream.

Salad “Recipe Robinson”

Required: 300 g of fruits – kiwi (about 3-4 pieces of medium size), bananas (2-3 pieces. not very large), sweet varieties of apples, oranges or tangerines, strawberries, sugar, and spices (cloves, cinnamon), 150-200 g of sour cream.

The method of preparation. First of all, prepare all the vegetables – peel the bananas, kiwi, apples (if they are thick-skinned), oranges and tangerines, and strawberries, remove tails. Remember that all fruits should be ripe, but not overripe, otherwise instead of a salad they will get just a mess.

Prepared fruit cut into not very small pieces. Bananas circles. Now all fold into one big bowl. Sour cream mix with sugar to a homogeneous mass and the sugar crunched and dissolved in it completely. Fill this mixture all over the fruit and gently all Continue reading

What to eat during Lent

What to eat during Lent

The beginning of lent marks the end of carnival .

Great lent is the longest and the strictest of all multi-day fasts in the Orthodox Church. It is especially important for believers, as is observed in memory of forty-day fast of Jesus Christ . soon after his baptism, retired to the desert.

Most important of many days of fasting, begins seven weeks before Easter and ends on a Saturday of Holy week.

Recently in our country there are more and more devotees to observe a strict fast and limit your consumption of mundane everyday meals.

How to eat during lent?

To chocolate during lent.

During the Great fast, it is prohibited the consumption of meat, poultry, all dairy products, purified (refined) flour, eggs, and fish.

During lent you can eat fish only at the Annunciation and palm Sunday.

Vegetable (vegetable) oil can be used only on Saturday, Sunday and holidays.

Also during the holidays can use a small amount of wine.

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Vegetarian recipes for every day

Vegetarian meals for everyday

Vegetarianism is not only the type of power that excludes from the diet all products of animal origin. It’s a philosophy of life, suggesting a deep harmony of peaceful coexistence of people and animals. Proponents of strict vegetarianism not only refuse the use of meat of animals and fish, but also from wearing clothing made of fur and skin of slain animals. They also do not accept the use of cosmetics tested on animals. Eating a purely vegetarian diet, vegan is cleansed and body and soul, is rapidly rising to the highest stage of development of the human mind. So, what are dishes vegetarians and how to prepare it?

The motive of the vegetarian diet

There are many motives that lead man to a vegetarian diet :

Moral motive prohibits exploiting and killing animals, causing them suffering and pain. Medical. Vegetarian food reduces the risk of cardiovascular diseases, atherosclerosis and cancer. Religious. Religion of many countries of the world Adventism, Buddhism, Jainism, Hinduism — forbid eating the meat of animals. Economic. The use of a plant-based diet saves money to buy meat products. Environmental. Growing Pets in a negative way affects the state of the environment. The motive of faith that to maintain the normal life Continue reading