Who does not like rice? I have not yet met such people)) So my eldest son is ready to eat rice three times a day! However, I try to replace white rice with black, or wild. In China, it was also called forbidden: only the nobility had the right to eat this rice, for the simple people it was forbidden.
There are many varieties of rice grains! For most of us, traditional white rice seems habitual. And if other varieties of this cereal – brown, brown, basmati – are even remotely known to us, then black or wild rice most often causes surprise and genuine interest, since it is not so often found in local stores. Continue reading
When you become a mother, you literally start to perceive everything through the prism of this status. Even from a trip to the detox clinic – not at all childish – you can take a few lessons that are good for the health of children. Many of my friends and readers of the blog are looking for a way to teach a child to eat healthy. And if there are several children in the family, the problem becomes even more acute, because they may have completely different addictions. My sons are a good example, although I bring up and try to feed them the same way. The elder can live happily solely on bread with pasta. And the younger one eats almost the same way as me: he eats various, mostly vegetable foods, is ready to try new things, loves bright tastes (ginger, green onions, lemon, garlic and the like). Continue reading