Tag Archives: Yulia’s

  • horseradish leaves

    Two spoons of horseradish a day…

    Old is new again We all know ordinary horseradish, right? I grew up eating lots of it. My dad likes to spread it on a sourdough bread and eat it with his soup. I always followed his example. It is commonly served with meat dishes, to help digest a fatty meal. Then I forgot about …

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  • Black garlic is a super vegetable

    While black garlic is still a novelty for most of the world, it has an ancient history that goes back to the 1000s years old preserving traditions of Korea and Thailand.  It has been in use and respect there for a long time.  According to their mythology it prolongs life, and people add it to …

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  • Fireweed – Russian ancient traditions in your tea cup.

    Fireweed – what is in the name… I love when I start seeing beautiful pinkish-purple flower tops of blooming fireweed in August. Fireweed is a narrow alternate leaf plant from Evening primrose family, Epilobium Angustifolium. It loves to grow in burnt or logged areas in slightly acidic soil in full sun.  Sometimes you see it …

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