1. Russian Kvas-Kvas is first mentioned in 989 in Russian anniversaries. Knez Vladimir shared the food, honey and quail. The exact word in the Russian language means ‘acidic drink’. Over time, Russian quail became the favorite drink of all generations. According to some experts, this drink is one of the best non-alcoholic drinks. It is a drink, which will satiate you at the same time and refresh it. Russian quail is made from a quince, ie a fermented mash of rye and barley. The recipe for preparation is a secret, although in Russia it is often made and sold by fake quas. The secret of real quas is in the basic raw material. Preparation for old recipes is complex, demanding and long lasting, as it requires soaking the grain, sprouting, steaming, drying and preparing the sauce and for all it takes about 70 days. Contemporary industrial producers of silage add sugar and citric acid and carbon dioxide. The silica durability is achieved by pasteurization, and only the beverage is made with a special technological process without preservatives. In Russia, there are about 50 species of quail, the most famous of which are white pies, quince with sweet corn and sweet strawberries, quince, raspberry, lemon and honey quince, antonovka, quince yogurt etc. Russian quaker is a beverage that provides you with long and healthy lifestile. It features vitamins B1, B2, B6, and B12, which differentiate carbon hydrates, help the neuro-genetic system and help develop and grow children in anemia. Yeah it’s a digestive system. Vitamin E helps quetia with fertility and pregnancy, while vitamin PP is good for healthy and beautiful skin. Russian quail contains minerals, calcium, magnesium, iron and
In the region you can find in the shops that offer products from Belgrade’s Industrial Piva (popular BIP). BIP’s Russian quill is available in cans and bottled in 0.33L packaging.
With delight, the Russian queen remembers kefir or ayran. 100 ml of Russian yeast has 40 calories. Doctors believe that quaker increases working ability because it affects fatigue reduction. Recommended for athletes because of their energy value.
Russian quail is best to drink cold or chilled to 6-8 ° C.
2. Make a Medicinal Russian Puppy (Lapte)
Russian teddy bears can be bought in Russia and possible in some other countries of the world, where there are specialized stores with Russian items. However, ordinary wooden clogs or slippers can become sheets when you make them yourself. Just stuff your clogs or slippers with medicinal herbs and get the most exquisite effect.
How were wooden clogs made?
The date or year of production of the first clones is unknown. Some historians consider that wooden clutches were made in old Greece, some thought that they were invented by the Kelts or Germanic tribes. There are no precise historical data on clomipene formation. As they were made of wood, after use, they were used as firewood. The oldest found clams are native to the Netherlands, dating back to 1230. Puppets were worn and popular all through the 19th century, because they were the cheapest and most accessible footwear. Today, about 3 million wooden clogs are produced every year in the Netherlands, which are sold as souvenirs or in the tool shops. This craft industry is lightly extinct in the world, so in the Netherlands there are fewer manufacturers who manually manufacture wooden clutches. Most of the clump production is mechanically and computerized. Puppies are used in the Netherlands as protective footwear most often in agriculture because they have undergone all European security checks and controls. Holstein clams are entirely made of wood and look like slippers with a pointed tip. Italian clogs look like slippers with the open fingers and the upper part made of leather. English clogs are the forerunner of modern clogs used by health workers. Japanese clogs look like a wooden shoe-japan. In Serbia, clams of the same size are made of Dutch, ie entirely of wood and are likened to slips with pointed tip.
It is interesting to note that clogs are considered safer and safer than iron-insured work shoes.
How do clogs come from?
Ordinary wooden clogs are usually made of softwood or willow, topol and lime. This footwear is healthy, although it is not the easiest to wear. They can be part of folk costumes or winter footwear (snow, ice and mud). The pomp is made by a clumper master. To make a couple of clumps, it takes about 2 hours. They are usually made with manual woodworking with lesser use of mechanization. Pliers are large enough to put hay or straw in them or dress woolen socks for these shoes to be warm to wear. It’s always better to buy clogs for a larger number, compared to your original footwear number.
Why should clumps be filled with healing herbs?
If you have sore feet, tears and painful heels, clumps filled with healing herbs are an ideal and proven pain relief.
Get 2 glasses of gourd, the healing grass of your choice (lipa, owl, baby nut, cantaloupe, mint etc.), 2 plain plastic bags, socks and clogs (slippers), little universal creams (solea, nivea, balea, … etc.).
Put pieces on the floor. Put each little piece of hand on each piece. Tabane cream with cream. Look at the foot with the grass. Put your plastic bags on your feet and clothe your slippers. Use whenever you like (day or night). Already at first use, you feel the pain decreases. If you regularly (or whenever you are) lining your feet on the painful feet (calves and feet), you will feel that the pain is completely gone. When the pain reappears, start over.
3. How did the famous Russian doll “Babushka Matrjoshka”come about?
(Rusiann babushka * Matroshka * Matreshka * russkaâ matreshka)
The most famous and most popular Russian national souvenir is the Russian doll Babushka or Matrjoshka, which consists of puppets that fall apart and within which a few smaller dolls are. Most of the 6 puppets are made in the form of a cylinder. In many shops, street stalls, exhibitions, fairs or festivals in various parts of the world, Russian stalls, the Russian doll Matreshka can be always seen. These dolls attracting and charming visitors with their unusual shape and happy face. The style of making Russian dolls has remained the same until today. The Babushka is made by Russian carvings craftsmen.
Matrjoshka was named because once in Russian villages was the popular female name Matrjon (mother). Matrhoshka is a “doll for watching”. It was only in the possesion of a rich kids. Today, she is a matron, a toy and a souvenir, but also one of the most striking symbols of Russia. The doll is a typical nice Russian girl, which is, according to stereotypes of “blue hair, blue eyes, bruised cheeks and full stature”.
Matrjoshka should always stand at the same place in the house. Tradition says it brings prosperity and peace to the family. The city of Russia, Semjonovo is the place where Matrushka was started to produce for the first time. The most famous is the classic Matrjoshka named “Semjonovska”.
Babushka in Russian means a grandmother (Russian Matrashka – Matrjoshka, hip. of the name Matrëna – Matrjona, in Russian matriarchy). Matrjoshka is a more correct expression because the figurine represents the mother rather than the grandmother. Dolls are painted and made without hands. Traditionally, dolls are depicted by women in diverse folk costumes, but men can also be seen on dolls. Topics are varied; they can be characters from folk fairy tales, unusual Russians and even modern politicians.
Some theories say that the Russians have taken the doll-matrjoshka system from Japan after the Russian-Japanese War.
The first puppets appeared in 1890, and were made by woodwinds V. P. Zvjozdochkin and professional artist Sergei Maljutin. For the first time, the Matrjoshka were exhibited at the World Expo in Paris in 1900, where they won the bronze medal. After this achievement, they began to be made all over Russia. They were crafted manually and fairly well, with painting of the wood. There are other types of matrjoshka’s made of other materials.
4. Russian soup „Borsch“- Russians do not survive cold winters only with the help of vodka. Healthy chubby – Russian bark is inevitable in cold days. Make sure you do it when minus “stall”.
It is a very healthy vegetable chicory, and it is still called red because of the color it gives her. You can only make it from vegetables, although various combinations are open. Many add unhealthy meats for a bit more tasty taste and a bit more calories.
Russian borsch is a healthy mix of beans, fat filled, potatoes (vitamin C, potassium, vitamin B6), carrots (cranberry) and cabbage (vitamin K, vitamin C, fiber). With the picture, you get a thick crunchy little tastes that can resist you, especially when you need something to get you up to the bone.
5. Russian scarf-lively, vivid and original-Russian style in the whole world is becoming more popular year after year. In that invaluable merit belonged to the Pavloposadan scarf.
Originated more than three hundred years ago, these scarves are considered artwork and a recognizable sign of Russia.
Today there are a lot of species of Pavloposadan’s scarves. Each drawing on this famous fashion addition is a work of professional artists, exploring for this purpose special literature on ancient carp.