VITAMIN TEA IN THE WINTER FOREST

March, southern Urals, birch forest.Some incorrectly believe that in winter birch forest you cannot find what you can make tea.On a halt for 15 minutes, without special effort, within a radius of ~30 meters, were found and collected berries of the wild rose, wild strawberry leaves, apples, licowki of Sarangi. On the way he met pine and spruce, from which it was borrowed on the twig. Strawberry winters with green leaves, extract leaves simple, pretty tearing the snow grows on the edges, clarified forests, forest clearings and in the midst of the bushes) and gain as needed.Saranka, this is a rare Read more [...]
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Target for training in archery

Not long ago became interested in archery and rhinestones was a question "on what" training and what to shoot, but would not work, as on the picture, "the boy on the head of an apple, and an arrow in the forehead!" Found here is a solution for workout1.Need: A4 paper, cardboard, glue, tape, film and direct hands.2.Take a sheet of A4 paper, should be laid against the wall (stack), the top and bottom of the stack put on a sheet of cardboard (they give rigidity target) and contractible stack tight rope.3.With one hand on the rubber fabric glue or epoxy that when "sticking" a dart Read more [...]
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STORAGE ONIONS AND GARLIC: folk methods.

Collection onions and garlic are removed. Remained true to organize storage.The Golden rule - the provisions of garlic polyedit, starting from the smallest to the larger heads, because the faster spoiled little garlic. Store the garlic in several ways:Methods of STORING GARLIC* SpitsAfter digging longish dried trunks are not clean, and weave into a braid. The garlic they are not so strong like onions, because for weaving handy twine or rope. Bundles are hung in a dry, great outdoor space, eliminate contact with their water. Heads dry out fairly rapidly, for storage it is better to find a cool place. Read more [...]
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Onions — from seven disease

Good day!Looking through the material on hiking and fishing noticed that lately more and more people began to take to the woods dried onion, and not soggy, with which I fundamentally disagree, because the bow has a fairly wide range of applications, in addition to cooking and dry onion soup only good. So I decided to write about onions. First, a bit of history, then the use of the bow.Onion (Allium sulfur) as vegetable crops known to man since time immemorial. Motherland - Central Asia. For many millennia BC widely cultivated in the Nile Valley Egyptians. He is credited with divine attributes, Read more [...]
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Dave Wiens Arrant Repast

Black pinkish-orange with potatoes and spinach salad     Picture: Anna WilliamsUNLESS A Sure seven-time Turn de France adept decides to show, Gunnison, Colorado's Dave Wiens is the man to meter at this month's Leadville 100. The 45-year-old old pro has won the 100-mile high-level mountain-bike wash six times—last twelvemonth coating sec solitary to Lancet Armstrong, whom he outsprinted in 2008. Hither's one of Wiens's fall-back recipes for high-performance refueling during his 15-to-17-hour education weeks. But be forewarned: "I birth bother not crapulence a New Belgium Trippel Read more [...]
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Ready a Hone Repast: The Recipes

All recipes service 4 to 6APPETIZERSDungeness hz cocktail1 1/2 cups dungeness hz centerCocktail sauce: makes 2 cups2 lbs of advanced red tomatoesNip and succus of 1 orangenessSuccus of 12 grapefruitSuccus of 1 maize14 cup apple cyder acetum14 cup brownness bread1 tbsp capers1 tbsp greenness peppercorns jam-packed in saltwater 1 heavy eschalot bare-ass and coarsely sliced13 cup inclined horseradish 1 generous dassie of Tabasco1 generous coney of worcestershire sauceSalinity and impudently priming pepper to predilectionCut tomatoes in one-half on an equator with the root end at the top. Absent the Read more [...]
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Kershaw Vapor II

Author - Mikhalych Created review: August 2005Two years ago, having joined the knife culture, decided to buy a normal knife. Under "normal" means a product known company, with a blade of good steel, with a look that is not ashamed to show to others. I would also like to pay less money, ideally all for free. But given gratuitously knives only in the army, and that for a time, so the item "cost" was not particularly critical. Visiting the store "Soldier of Fortune" and looked around the shop window, I noticed the knife. First of all, my attention was drawn Read more [...]
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Shurpa

Author: Andrew Kozlowski aka Teke Created: October 2010  Lamb -2 1.5 kg (along with the bones, but I would like to meat also attended - shank, brisket, ribs, etc.) about 1 kg or a little less oniona pound of carrots2-3 pieces of multi-colored peppers Bulgarian2-3 tomatoes2-3 turnips2-3pc white sweet onions or leeksRed or green hot pepper 1-2 pieces.herb cilantro, parsley, Raykhon.Spices - cumin, coriander. Sol.   Put meat in large kettle, fill with cold water, and build a fire.After the start of boiling down the heat and remove the foam. (To do this, you can throw a Read more [...]
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KITCHEN KNIFE. Technicians with a knife. Shinkuem diced onions. Part one.

Lyricist - Andrew Gvozdyov Created: April 2010 The first partAs stated by the late William V. Pohlebkin - without onion impossible to cook any meals (almost). Even if there is no onion in the recipe, it should be added. Controversial, but such culinary genius writer thought - "Is it a luxury."Be that as it may, the onions have to be cut more often.Therefore, let us consider briefly what techniques invented people chopping onions.It is clear that we will talk only in the context of His Majesty's knife. We do not need to cut the onions, and enjoy the simple things of the sort Read more [...]
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KITCHEN KNIFE. Technicians with a knife. Shinkuem diced onions. Part two.

Lyricist - Andrew Gvozdyov Created: April 2010 The second partprevious partOption 7.No horizontal cuts. Just skip to step 4. Immediately shinkuem. And why do we need a horizontal incision?  If you look at the bulb section, you can figure out that no horizontal cuts some blocks will be similar to the strip,Yes, God bless them. Distressed pieces can crumble already on board the usual way. Along with this, "originals" can try another way: to reduce the likelihood of the 'wrong' dice, chop after vertical incision is not perpendicular to the axis of the bulb, and the Read more [...]
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Day Two: Dexterity of Spatula

Exterior mag, July 1996Day Two: Dexterity of SpatulaTavern on the Viridity's Patrick Clark whips up hellenic Americana with a sprint of thaumaturgy Patrick Clark insists he didn't spurn a opportunity in 1993 to suit Albumen Menage chef for care of Pecker Clinton trembling him at 3 a.m., demanding look-alike chili-cheeseburgers. "No, it was rather flattering," says Clark, who alternatively took the administrator chef spot at Tavernon the Greens, Read more [...]
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Self-direction: Shopping on Fix

Out-of-door mag, July 1996Self-direction: Shopping on PositionBy Doug Peacock I fudge (alike everyone else) for therapy, and when out on the nation, where you deliver to deal with what's impendent, one of the scoop antidotes to an impendent cataclysm is to see and get something tempestuous and mythic to fabricate for dinner. One wintertime I got my four-wheel-drivepickup dispiritedly stuck in the dunes of the Peaceable slide of Baja. I was kill thither Read more [...]
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The Backcountry Foodie

    Exposure: Tavern on the GreennessTavern on the Greens's Patrick Clark whips up definitive Americana with a cony of magic Patrick Clark insists he didn't scorn a prospect in 1993 to suit Flannel Theater chef for care of Nib Clinton vibration him at 3 a.m., demanding two-baser chili-cheeseburgers. "No, it was rather flattering," says Clark, who alternatively took the administrator chef office at Tavern on the Common, the nation's top-grossing eatery, placed in Manhattan's Exchange Parkland. Clark's specialism is authoritative American cuisine inclined in a dash that's Read more [...]
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Roast turkey

1 medium-sized turkey, onion; carrots, potatoes, green beans. In a large glass baking dish, place the turkey, onion, carrots, potatoes and beans. Cover the dish with foil and bake for 3-4 hours until cooked. Serve with cranberry sauce, rice, juice your own turkey. To give a more interesting flavors put the turkey in garlic butter. Read more [...]
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Geum city

Common names: clove root, podlesnik, vyvishnik. Description. Rhizome perennial herbaceous plant of the family of pink. It has erect stems 30-60 cm tall leaves are alternate, tripartite, serrated with stipules. The flowers are pale yellow inflorescences in the thyroid at the top of the stems. Petals obovate, with cuneate. Fruits - prefabricated tenacious achene. Rhizome has astringent taste and clove scent. Blossoms avens in May and June. Found in meadows, along rivers, in deciduous and mixed forests, steppe slopes near rivers. Often in 1-5 phytogeographical districts of Perm region. Read more [...]
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All Up in Your Grillroom

    Photograph: Representative by Kevin SproulsRubs Our advice? Go light on the salinity and heating. Porc RIBS: 1 tbsp apiece smoke-dried and confection pimiento, chocolate-brown dough; 1 tsp apiece saltiness, onion pulverisation, dry mustard, caw, cumin. ELK Undercut: 1 tbsp apiece retem berries, desiccated sage-green leaves; 1/2 tbsp peppercorns; plodding all. Gigot: Steve Raichlen's Mediterranean Barbeque Rub (4 oz, $13; grilling4all.com) is a primo cliched.SEAFOOD Idol The solitary bad matter almost broiled angle is broiling the angle. It tends to spliff, wear, and broadly Read more [...]
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Pulmonaria officinalis

Common names: pulmonary grass medunka, iodine-grass. Description. A perennial herb of the family Boraginaceae. Height stiff upright stems 5-30 cm Leaves ovate-lanceolate, rough. The flowers are medium-sized, beautiful, first purple, then blue-violet, are collected in a curl. Blooms in April and May. Fruit - nut. Besides lungwort drug found in the Kama Lungwort soft. She has a soft pubescence, larger basal leaves, up to 60 cm, the flowers are larger, too. Used both types. Pulmonaria grows on forest edges and clearings, in deciduous and mixed forests. Pulmonaria - a valuable Read more [...]
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Goose yellow onion

Common names: Yellow snowdrop, viper bow, Small toblak. Description. It is a perennial herbaceous plant 8-15cm (lily family), with small yellow flowers and a little onion. Basal list broadly linear, the apex pointed, stem leaves lanceolate. The flowers are greenish-yellow, collected in umbellate inflorescences. Fruit - box. Blooms in April and May (cover photo). Found in the Perm region in the meadows, forest edges, forest clearings, in deciduous and mixed woodlands. Frequently to 2.6 botanical areas. In folk medicine used bulbs. The chemical composition has not been studied. Read more [...]
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Goose bow

Numerous these bows are a tiny cousin, whom I know since childhood. It's a goose yellow onions (Gagea lutea). He appears very early in forest clearings, between bushes, on the bright, well-heated areas. He belongs to a completely different genus, although Russian is called a bow. The above-ground portion of the small (10-30 cm) plants live only 2-3 weeks, all the rest of the goose bow there as a small onion. The bulb consists of a fleshy scales, light jacket, gray-brown. Of onion leaves one long narrow leaves and flower stems. At the top of this stalk has two leaf, one of which is longer Read more [...]
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Mallow small

Common names: Malva rotundifolia, up, prosvirki, rib grass, slime-grass, mallow low. Description. Annual herb 15-40 cm tall Stem prostrate or ascending. The leaves are small, rounded-cordate, slightly lobed. The flowers are small, white and pink. Fruits reticulate-rugose, dry, prefabricated. Blooms in June-September. Occurs in housing and roads, in weedy areas, wastelands, vacant lots, in fields. Often in 2-4, rarely 1, 5 phytogeographical districts of Perm region. Chemical composition. In the leaves of mallow found vitamin C, tannins, carotene. Fruits - vitamin C mucus. Read more [...]
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