When we talk about the miraculous health benefits of Fermented Food we mean RAW Fermented food. That’s because of the presence of lacto-bacteria that work all those wonders in our guts. However, I would eat ferments every day even if they didn’t contain a single bacterium or a vitamin molecule because I adore the taste. Continue reading Zupa Ogórkowa – Dill Pickle Soup
It has been quite a while since I was seriously hungover. So, probably I shouldn’t act like an expert here. Continue reading Fermented Food – The Best Hangover Cure
There is no universal Żurek recipe. Each region has its own and still each family can make it in a different way. Also, some people have a special recipe just for Easter. Continue reading How to Cook Żurek (Fermented Flour Soup).
Żurek, also called Żur, is a traditional Slavic soup made of fermented rye flour. There is a similar one called Barszcz Biały and it has never been fully clarified what makes it differ from Żurek. Continue reading Żurek – Fermented Rye Flour Soup.
Recently, we played a game at home, where everyone had to tell the one dish they would wish to have before they were executed. To my surprise, I couldn’t come up with anything better than sauerkraut soup. (If we exclude desserts, of course).
If you followed my recipe for borscht, you would have large amount of cooked vegetables left after sifting out. Majority of people would just throw it out and this is what I would normally do if veg was cooked in meat stock. But, as you remember, you cannot use meat for Christmas Eve borscht, so why waste the veg? Continue reading Borscht leftover vegetables.