Lithuanian summer dietary drink. This is a great solution for people who want to lose weight. I drink this every day during the whole summer. Crack the cardamom seeds and nutmeg with a heavy skillet on a cutting board.
Sap is drunk fresh and fermented for summer drinking. To satisfy thirst, Lithuanians brew a semi sour drink, gira – kvass. Much appreciated from ancient times are linden, thyme, caraway seed, mint, raspberry, strawberry, camomile, dill seed and other herb teas, which not only refresh but also have healing properties. You can cook Lithuanian summer dietary drink using 7 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Lithuanian summer dietary drink
- It’s 1 of red beetroot.
- Prepare 2 of egg whites.
- You need 2 small of cucumber.
- You need 1 tbsp of sour cream.
- Prepare 5 tbsp of non sweet yogurt.
- It’s 1 liter of water.
- You need 1 of salt, black pepper.
From rye bread comes this fermented Slavic beverage that is very common in Lithuania and other European countries. Kvass is usually fermented in a jar with added berries and fruit to add flavor and taste. During cold summer times, Lithuanians do drink Kvass by including it in their meals. They say Lithuania has the largest collection of amber in the world – known as the gold of the baltics – but I uncovered a far more enticing "gold" in their liquor cabinets: Krupnikas, or Honey Spirits.
Lithuanian summer dietary drink instructions
- Boil water and let it become completely cold.
- By then boil red sweet beetroot and eggs together..
- Cut in small cubes after they become cold (take only the white from eggs). Also cut the cucumber and mix together..
- Add sour creme, yogurt, salt, pepper and mix well..
- Add water and move to fridge for 2 hours or more so that tastes are merged..
Regional drinks Local brands of beer and imported drinks are popular. A famous Lithuanian spirit is midus, a mild alcoholic beverage made from honey. To drink one of these beers is to pay tribute to something much bigger and engrained than you might originally think. And, who knows, perhaps with a little nudge, Lithuanian Kaimiskas can at least. With all the richness of choice of alcohol,Artwork by Lithuanian craftsmen, certainly worth a try is honey balm "Zalgiris", which is positioned as the national drink of Lithuania.