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Sochivo – a traditional lean dish

Juice is called cannabis, poppy seed or other seed juice. It was eaten as a seasoning, instead of butter. Also called lean meat, made from softened wheat or rice, seasoned with seed juice and honey with chopped walnuts.

It is well prepared on the eve of great holidays, the so-called Christmas Eve or nomad. It is generally accepted to eat, according to the Church Charter, in the evening, after a complete refusal of food throughout the day.

Guests were not invited to the Christmas Eve. But the children smashed sympathetically in the evening to the homes of their relatives, treated them to grandparents. Dinner always began with a juiciness, it was necessary to eat it first of all. Everyone at the table should have eaten at least a small amount, and then, according to legend, he will live in prosperity and health all year. Continue reading

Adyghe salt - a unique seasoning
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