The middle stellate or wood louse got its name because it is always wet, as it absorbs water not only from the roots, but also from the stem. Popular names for stellate middle or woodlice: woodworm, hernia, woodworm, heart grass. Woodlouse or asterisk is an average annual herbaceous plant. It blooms from April to frost. It is a malicious weed. Grows in weedy places, along moist forest roads and clearings.
Culinary recipes from medium or starfish starfish, soups, flatbreads, salads and woodruff seasoning. Nutritional value and chemical composition of medium stellate.
The whole aerial part of wood lice is edible. It helps with scurvy and anemia. Fresh stellate grass can be used in salads, combining it with other plants, watercress, young dandelion, radish. You can just put fresh twigs of woodlice on sandwiches.
Can be used as seasoning. Add to soups and borscht. Prepare mashed potatoes, filling for dumplings or pie, drinks. When boiled, the starlet can be eaten like spinach. Woodworm has anti-inflammatory, moderate choleretic, diuretic, antihypertensive, pressure-lowering effect.
When used, the level of hemoglobin rises. Normalizes blood sugar. Per 100 g of mass, woodlice contains up to 115 mg of vitamin C, up to 23 mg of carotene, 44 mg of vitamin E, a lot of potassium and chlorine.
Culinary recipes for dishes from woodlice, medium stellate.
Borsch with wood lice.
Woodlice (herb) 50 g + beet tops 50 g + beans 25 g + onions 15 g + carrots 8 g + parsley 8 g + tomatoes 50 g + fat 8 g + sugar 3 g + vinegar 3% 3 g + sour cream 10 g + broth or water 350 g. Boil beans separately. Cut the carrots, onions and leaves of beet tops. Pass the carrots and onions. Add beet tops, passivated carrots and onions to boiling broth or water.
Cook until tender. 5 minutes before the end of cooking, add chopped tomatoes, chopped green wood lice, boiled (or canned) beans, salt, spices, vinegar, sugar. Add sour cream.
Vegetable soup with wood lice.
Boil potatoes until cooked. Add sautéed to the broth: carrots, onions, parsley root, tomato sauce. Add chopped sprocket. Boil. Add sour cream, dill and parsley.
Dumplings with wood lice.
For 200 g of greenhouse lice: 300 g of wheat flour + 1 egg + 1 head of onion + 2 tbsp. tablespoons melted butter + 0.5 cups sour cream + salt. Filling: rinse, cut, salted young shoots of wood lice. Add the fried onions and raw eggs. Mix. Roll out the dough. Blind dumplings. Boil them in salted water.
For 150 g of woodlice: 20 g of melted butter + 30 g of onions + 2 eggs + greens + salt. Scalp scald boiling water and cut. Fry onions a little. Then add wood lice, parsley, dill and ghee to it. To salt. Put out everything. Then pour eggs. Mix. Fry until tender.
Wood lice cakes.
Any dough (dumplings, thinly rolled, yeast, pie on soda). Stuffing: starlet grass (you can also add any edible grass, in any proportions) to chop. Add beet tops, chives, parsley, dill. Mix. Salt and rub everything lightly with your hands. Add, if any, butter, chopped boiled eggs or grated cheese.
Roll out the dough. Shape the cakes and the appropriate size. On the first layer of dough, put a thick layer of filling. Put a second layer of dough on top. Blind its edges around the perimeter. You can pinch with an envelope or wrap the filling as a dumpling (cheburek). Fry under the lid over low heat for about 8 minutes on each side.
Lice and Onion Salad.
Woodlouse (herb) + spring onion + egg + sour cream + dill + salt. Cut greens of woodlice and mix with chopped green onions and chopped egg. To salt. Add sour cream. Sprinkle with dill.
Wood lobster and dandelion salad.
Grind greens of asterisk, dandelion leaves and lettuce. Add yogurt, salt and granulated sugar. Mix.
Wood Lice Salad.
Nettle + woodlice + tomatoes + onions + salt + any vegetable oil. Or: onions + garlic + woodlice + eggs + boiled potatoes + cucumber. Option: wood lice + radish + green onions + dill. Or: 100 g of woodlice + 100 g of beet tops + 15 g of dill + 10 g of parsley + 10 g of green onions + 1 small red onion + 2 boiled eggs + sour cream + salt.
50 g of stellate greens + 50 g of butter + 25 g of chopped garlic + 10 g of parsley + salt + pepper. Spread butter on bread. Chop the sprocket and garlic. Move. Put on a layer of oil. Put a couple of parsley sprigs on top.
Wood lice seasoning.
Grind stellate (200 g) to a pasty state. Add grated horseradish (2 tablespoons), crushed garlic (1 tablespoon), salt and vinegar (to taste). Use as seasoning for meat and fish dishes.
Grind stellate (200 g) and horseradish (100 g) grind to a pasty state. Pour boiled water (2 l). Insist about 4 hours. Strain. Add granulated sugar (60 g). Use chilled. Or: grind a woodworm, Isahel, pour water, bring to a boil, cool, strain. Squeeze a few strawberries and add to the drink.
Decoction (with weakness, anemia, dizziness).
1 tbsp. a spoonful of dried herb woodlice pour 1 cup boiling water. Insist in an enameled (glass) dish for 20 minutes. Strain. Add water to its original volume. Take 1/2 cup 4 times a day 20 minutes before meals.
Based on the book Survival beyond the threshold of civilization.