5 amazing cities, built from scratch in the twenty-first century
Not only the 20th century was marked by massive building of cities and sites in the 21st century, the process continues, showing the world the young, sometimes wonderful city. We…

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Packaging in Japan. A new reading tradition
Probably Japanese design is so popular nowadays because of its simplicity, elegance, originality of colors - all this is impossible without taking into account the traditions that permeate the daily…

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The Most amazing animals of the planet

In continuation of exploring the amazing plants of the planet are acquainted with the equally amazing animals of our planet. Unfortunately, many of them have become extremely rare, and in the near future our descendants will only be able to see in the photo .

The frilled Armadillo (Chlamyphorus truncatus)

This amazing animal lives on dry plains of Central Argentina, overgrown with prickly bushes and cacti.

Reconozca (Daubentonia madagascariensis)

This mammal of the group of prosimians of the family reconozco can be found on the island of Madagascar.

The maned wolf (Chrysocyon brachyurus)

The legs of the wolf envy of any fashion model. Due to such long limbs height at withers this dog may reach 90 centimeters. This animal inhabits the steppes South America, and long legs help a wolf to see over the grass surrounding landscape.

Deep-sea octopus found at depths up to 6 km.

Patagonian Mara (Dolichotis Continue reading

About soba noodles

The translation of the Japanese word “soba ” (そば) is much closer and znakomie all of us than you can imagine. “Soba” translates to buckwheat – the crop of the native and understandable. It is not necessary, however, to think that the Japanese once again encroached on our national heritage: apparently, the buckwheat, which was first cultivated in India, came to Japan for several thousand years before the Byzantines were acquainted with this plant Rus.

The same word “soba” the Japanese call and the noodles are made from buckwheat flour: you’ve probably all heard, and possibly seen on sale, and now ask myself – what is so amazing to be in this very ordinary noodles.

Exactly, amazing. Because soba – unusual noodles.

Apparently, the tradition of eating buckwheat noodles originated in ancient times, but finally blossomed in medieval Edo (as it was then called Tokyo): there were concentrated the most affluent members of Japanese society who could afford to eat every day is not cheap in those days white rice. An unpleasant consequence of this privilege was the disease beriberi, caused by deficiency of vitamin B1. It’s not very Continue reading

Culinary traditions of Korea

Dumplings. Who doesn’t love this tasty dish. Probably units. So I decided to write about them and show some recipes. That would be and you wrote .How to prepare dumplings? What more recipes do you prefer?This is very interesting and important,as from generation to generation passed traditions.And they are very valuable,primarily for young generation.

From Wikipedia

“the dough for the dumpling is made from flour, eggs and water (sometimes milk). Classic stuffing dumplings made of beef, pork and/or lamb with various spices, onions, sometimes garlic, you can also use meat bear, deer, moose, goose, fish, lard, potatoes, cabbage. V. Gilyarovsky in the book «Moscow and Muscovites» mentions rare fruit dumplings:

Then in the eighties came from Siberia, gold miners the biggest and had dinner in a Siberian at Lopasov in the “hut”, and on the menu was: “Lunch at the camp Yermak Timofeyevich”, and the second only two changes: the first appetizer and the second — “Siberian pelmeni”. No more dishes were not, and ravioli twelve having dinner was cooked 2500 pieces: the meat, fish and fruit in a pink champagne…

Dumplings

Pelmeni were stored frozen and prepared immediately before use. Put them in boiling water or meat, fish or vegetable broth and cook until Continue reading