In the modern world there is the following myth: drinking coffee is harmful to health. To many people this fact seems highly questionable.
For this reason, many people think that to use this drink can afford only perfectly healthy people. Fortunately, this view is wrong. The proof of this fact is that since 1958,
the world Health Organization coffee included in the list of products that are safe for life and health. And, on the other hand, the proof that coffee is a threat to the life or health of people, still has not been found.
The most widely known component of the beverage from roasted coffee beans – caffeine – according to recent studies has the following properties: AIDS digestion, increasing the secretion of gastric juice; has a stimulating effect on the Central nervous system (i.e., tones – that is why many people prefer to drink coffee Continue reading
Turkish coffee and related traditions of hospitality in 2013 was included in the list of intangible cultural heritage. It annually replenishes the United Nations educational, scientific and cultural organization.
Now the list has position 281 (by the way, China and breaks records here – on account of his 38 points). It’s customs, knowledge and skills, artifacts, languages and cultural spaces that are maintained and reproduced by the people themselves, as in the good old days – from generation to generation. They unite families, communities and even the nation, help us not to forget their roots and not get lost in the global world.
Now the canonical recipe Turkish coffee can learn all. Grind in a special mortar to a fine powder coffee beans (freshly roasted), fill it with water, if desired, add sugar and cook very slowly, making sure that the surface formed Continue reading
In a 100 ml coffee pot, put a piece of sugar, pour 80 ml of cold water and heated to boiling. Then remove the pot from heat and pour into it 5-7 g (two teaspoons) finely ground coffee. After stirring, put on the fire again and bring to a boil. After removing from the fire, poured the coffee pot with water and again bring to a boil.
In an enamel saucepan, stir two egg yolks with 75 g of powdered sugar or sand; add a Cup of hot milk and a Cup of strong hot black coffee. Put the mixture on the fire, stirring constantly, but not boiling. Add the gelatin, previously dissolved in a few spoonfuls of warm, black coffee. Finally pour the cream into small molds and put in the refrigerator.
The amount of gelatin must be taken depending on the volume of the liquid according to the recommended dosage instructions on the package of gelatin.
In a half-full glass of sweet hot coffee put about 40 g of sour Continue reading