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At the request of the "junior" who says that winter is going well, I put some must on in winter.
- fresh must of red grapes
- 300 gr sugar / liter must
- 1 aspirin / bottle
Preparation time: less than 90 minutes
RECIPE PREPARATION Grape must syrup:
- the must is boiled over low heat for an hour, frothing as many times as needed.
- add the sugar and mix until it melts.
- put hot in well-washed bottles with thread + an aspirin to each bottle.
- the bottles are put to "rest" in the heat between pillows and blankets for two days.
red or rosé grape must is more fragrant for this recipe.
Cough syrup: 3 simple recipes
If your cough does not give you peace, you can choose a ready-made remedy or, to make sure it is 100% natural, prepare it yourself. Here are 3 simple recipes to make your own cough syrup.
A useful remedy in case of cough, bran syrup is taken as follows: 50 ml, 3 times a day. If you want to make it yourself, you need a tablespoon of the plant, which you boil in 350 ml of water.
After a quarter of an hour, add 650 g of sugar and let it boil once more until it reaches the usual consistency of a syrup.
To soothe the cough, take cough syrup diluted with a little water. To prepare it, you need a kilogram of fir buds and 2 liters of water. Let them boil for 20 minutes. Turn off the heat and, after cooling, add 900 grams of sugar and bring everything to a boil.
After it cools again, strain the syrup, put it in a dark glass container and keep it in the fridge.
From onions can be made another cure with expectorant effect that banishes cough. To make syrup from these vegetables, grind half a kilogram of onion and 2 cloves of garlic, then boil everything for 10 minutes in a liter of milk. Leave it to cool and when it is warm, strain it and add a glass of honey.
Take 2-3 teaspoons of this syrup, 3 times a day, until you cough.
Grape must syrup - Recipes
GRAPE SEED OIL
A PAVATA AGAINST DISEASE
Vascular diseases - The constant use of grape seed oil in salads, which will be consumed daily, is sufficient to avoid vascular diseases, such as arteriosclerosis, vascular fragility or arteritis. This is because grape seed oil contains substances (so-called unsaturated fats) that help maintain youth and vascular elasticity, as well as substances that prevent the degenerative processes of blood vessels.
Heart disease - Consume two tablespoons of this oil daily, which is especially recommended for people who have had or are on a diet high in meat and meat dishes, fried foods or other "bad" fats, such as margarine or oils. refined. This oil prevents heart ischemia as well as circulatory disorders such as hypertension and oscillating blood pressure.
Benign tumors - Recent studies show that certain substances contained in grape seeds prevent the development of benign tumors, such as ovarian cysts, uterine fibroids, adenomas and breast adenofibroomas. Women with such predispositions should do 4-6 times a year cures for 28 days in which to consume grape seed oil, 20-30 ml daily.
Various infections - The active substances in this oil act as an immune stimulant in several ways: it catalyzes the action of vitamin C in the body, promotes the production of immunocompetent cells and activates existing ones. Especially during the cold periods of the year, when the body's natural defense system is the most tried, it is recommended to consume grape seed oil, minimum 30 grams daily.
alzheimer - In people in areas where this oil has already been consumed for several decades (France and Italy), in addition to reducing the rate of cardiovascular disease, a much better functioning of the nervous system has been observed. It seems that the antioxidants in grape seeds are very effective in stopping the degenerative processes that affect the brain in the elderly. Studies to isolate an active substance to prevent this terrible disease are in full swing, but until then, one thing is certain: the consumption of grape seed oil is among the best antidotes against Alzheimer's.
Dermatological conditions - It is recommended both internal consumption and skin massage with this oil. Rich in vitamin E, it is an elixir for maintaining the youth of the skin, but also for preventing dermatological diseases (keratosis, psoriasis, depigmentation, etc.). The massage made after the bath with grape seed oil prevents the loss of water (maintaining the hydration of the skin), gives shine and fineness to the epidermis, delaying its aging.
Cholesterol - In 1993, a study on 56 patients, both men and women, who had high cholesterol levels was presented at the annual conference of the "Scientific College of Cardiology in the United States." By consuming 43 grams of grape seed oil daily, they reduced their blood cholesterol levels by 15.6% in just 3 (!) Weeks. Currently, grape seed oil is considered the best medicine-food for lowering and maintaining normal cholesterol levels.
Varicose veins and hemorrhoids - Daily consumption of this oil prevents the appearance of abnormal venous dilatations and, moreover, can shrink varicose veins. It is consumed in salads of vegetables, 3-4 tablespoons per day, the treatment being long-term (minimum one year). It is also recommended for treating swelling of the feet and the sensation of heaviness in the feet.
arteriosclerosis - Grape seed oil provides artery walls with exceptional protection against cholesterol deposits. It is also mentioned for its successful use in obliterating arteritis, where its administration slightly improved blood flow and, over time, reduced specific cramps (especially at night). To obtain these effects, long-term cures are made (at least 1 year), with this cold-pressed oil, of which at least 20 grams are administered daily. Capillary fragility and vascular fragility in general - Grape seed substances have a strong antioxidant action, providing protection of cells in the composition of blood vessel walls from free radicals and maintaining or restoring the elasticity of blood vessels. A six-month cure, in which 3-4 tablespoons of this oil are consumed daily, leads to a significant reduction in the areas with bruises caused by capillary fragility and prevents strokes (possibly their recurrence).
Immune deficiency - Grape seeds contain substances such as zinc, copper, selenium, vitamin E and procyanidins, which are the strongest enemies of free radicals, thus helping to increase the body's immunity. A cure with 25 grams of grape oil per day, maintained for at least a month, helps to increase the body's resistance to infectious factors.
Arthritis (rheumatism) - Those who already suffer from arthritis may find, consuming this oil, a reduction in pain over time due to inflammation. This is because grape seeds contain substances that maintain the health of the tissues in the composition of the joints, as well as natural anti-inflammatory drugs. Consume salads with grape seed oil (minimum 3 tablespoons daily), in cures of 2-3 months.
Allergy - It is also used to treat allergies, because it blocks the enzymes that produce histamines (natural substances in the human body that cause allergic reactions). Cures of 2-3 months are made, in which 30 ml of this oil are consumed daily. In case of allergic crisis, the administration of oil streamlines, among other things, the action of vitamin C, which is used in all anti-allergic treatments.
Aging - Grape seed oil cannot, of course, completely stop the aging process of the tissues, but it can prolong the biological youth a lot. In women, it helps maintain hormonal balance, prevents the onset of premature menopause, as well as phenomena such as dry skin, the appearance of excess hair, the fading of female secondary characters. In men, it prevents vascular impotence. In both sexes, it prevents and fights Alzheimer's, degenerative rheumatism, heart problems. It is consumed, daily, at least 30 grams, in raw salads (which potentiates its effect).
Tired vision - Several studies show that this oil improves eyesight, making the blood vessels in the eyes work more efficiently. It is especially recommended for people whose vision disorders appear with age or against the background of circulatory problems. It is recommended in parallel the belts with black grapes, consumed as such, the pigments in their peel also helping to improve vision, including night vision.
Diseases that are treated externally with grape seed oil:
Dry and cold sensitive skin - Ten minutes after the bath, massage the whole body, especially the limbs, with grape seed oil. The treatment is done six weeks in a row, especially in cold periods.
Skin with a tendency to age - Grape seed oil quickly penetrates the epidermis, leaving no feeling of oily skin and instead protecting the skin from wind and sun. Due to its high content of linoleic acid, which is quickly incorporated into the skin, it reduces water loss from the epidermis and restores skin elasticity. It is also used after the bath for massage.
Dry skin - Every three days, massage the cheeks, cheekbones, forehead and neck with grape seed oil. It has protective effects, maintains hydration and prevents the formation of wrinkles.
Internally, they don't know each other contraindications to the administration of this oil, with the condition is not to be thermally prepared and not to exceed the validity period written on the packaging.
Externally, it will be avoided its use on the portions with oily, seborrheic skin, being able in these cases to produce local skin reactions.
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22 comments on Tart with grape must and cottage cheese
Laura, thanks for the seasonal recipe! Excellent as well as all your recipes. So much so that my countertop got stuck, I didn't use baking paper and I missed our extra sugar, but stubborn by the delicious taste, I managed to detach it from the tray :)) My 4-year-old daughter says to me: ,, mom, don't you know you have to use baking paper? & # 8221 I didn't use gelatin like I usually don't have at home, but I had pectin that I had no idea how to use put a teaspoon and the creams hardened after cooling. I put some must for the winter too so I will impress other guests with it!
Hi Laura, I probably don't know how many people tell you how good your recipes are and, on the try, they are really wonderful, but I will still tell you once again that they are really & # 8230made by a professional in the kitchen, who gives in the mouth to the housewives details about how to cook.
You have to be very passionate about cooking and burn the fire of inspiration and perspiration to reach your level of experience and professionalism. And as I have a very special respect for the people of Banat, I can only leave with respect in front of your work as a cook but also a patient teacher in the kitchen. lately I noticed that you have also started to consider this: let's try with small changes to cook as dietary as possible, let's say healthier but just as tasty. For example, in almost all your networks that -I tried, sweet or salty I put wholemeal flour instead of white or bent with Manitoba type 0 which grows very well and is not super refined like that 00 or even 000 and some great recipes come out. Then, instead of butter for sweets, I replaced it with ricotta, and they come out just as good and fluffy, of course not if they need to be greased. It 's for our health, it' s not just a fad or a weirdness
Thank you for your patience in reading my entire message and I would like to ask you for professional advice. if you used an extra teaspoon or two of flour instead of gelatin, wouldn't you get the same hardening effect? Of course after the usual time in the fridge? It's like I read somewhere on a forum sorry but I don't remember which subject, this thing: the same hardening effect of flour in creams and fruity fruits as gelatin. I kiss you and compliment you for your enormous work and the passion you share with us & # 8230I didn't in my life cozonaci and scared me and only the idea & # 8230To not to mention others.Now I have become a & # 8222prof & # 8221 thanks to you & # 8230Thank you, I kiss you and I am waiting for your answer. Dear Lumi.
Lumi, thank you for the suggestions, they are valuable. In general, I use type 000 flour only for certain cakes, in no case would I use it for bread, where I prefer 650 or even 550, flours that are with a lower degree of processing, but more nutritious and that leaven better. . Manitoba flour is not very common in Romania, I have never tried it.
The flour can be used as a thickening agent, by boiling with the liquid it will thicken, but it will become opaque. You could get better results with cornstarch, which clogs liquids well and is finer and more translucent. If the recipe, however, specifies not to boil the curd, only gelatin helps. It would also be agar-agar, it is an alga that also has gelling properties.
First of all, thank you for the prompt response, it is another note of excellence of your very well built site. I will try with cornstarch to see how it comes out, both in cheese and fruit juice, as I you said, and instead of grapes I will try with frozen berry juice (what do you think?) to make this spectacular birthday tart be-mii, along with other super-quick and tasty recipes of yours (salty, biscuits with beer and some sweets and lemon ice cream etc) for a light afternoon buffet for children. Thank you again.
Is it possible to replace must with red, sweet wine, for example? We don't always have fresh grapes or must, and the tart is excellent. So, why do you release wine :)?
Ohooo, I think it must be wonderful with a sweet, aromatic wine. You can add all kinds of spices when boiling wine jelly, such as cinnamon, anise & # 8230 :)
Hello! Congratulations on the recipes, I tried a few and they were all a success! I would like to try this tart for my mother's birthday, but I don't really like the idea of making creams with pudding sachets (we don't like commercially available powders and I also have a small child) What do you think I would have them with? could it replace? With something more natural: eggs, milk, etc. Thanks.
Thank you for the greeting cards, replace the pudding powder in the recipe with the same amount of proumb starch (gustin), in the end the pudding is exactly the same, only enriched with some flavors.
Dear Laura, if I knew you were craving so much for a glass of must, I would send Vuki over the grain: P to run to you with the jug!
lululu & # 8211 thank you so much! It was divine, indeed!
anaiordan & # 8211 you realize I have some must left for tasting too, right? : P
Judi, Cami & # 8211 Thank you very much for the congratulations and I suggest you try it. You won t regret ) .
this really has to be a delicious and unique thing! I had to try!
Zdravo Laura, pa gde si do sada, video sam da nekoliko dana nisi nista napravila na blogu, super ti je tarta, pozdrav iz Resice & # 8230.
Alas Laura, you have no idea how I look at the must alaaaaaaaaa. : P
I promised myself not to let the fall go by without tasting it at least a little, but & # 39 I see I didn't get lucky & # 8230
Let me tell you I tasted it here at your place :)
The flour must have been the tart, congratulations.
What a wonder I can't even look at him as I salivate.
it looks too good!
love the & quotzebra & quot strips a lot!
i bet it must taste divine.
it looks insane & # 8230and I think the must gives it all the aroma & # 8230.woe since I haven't drunk a glass of must
Dear Laura, since I've been waiting for you to post the recipe & # 8230 Thank you very much. Looks like millions, what's more. A wonderful weekend and greetings from Hamburg Cami
GRAPE SYRUP with PARSLEY and honey - recipe for HEART DISEASES
If the grape season is over, you can use wine instead of juice or must to prepare this recipe. Red wine is known to have protective effects on the heart and blood vessels, due to the rich content of resveratrol, a powerful antioxidant associated with a low risk of cancer and cardiovascular disease.
Grape and Parsley Heart Syrup
Resveratrol helps reduce inflammation, prevents the oxidation of LDL (bad) cholesterol and prevents platelets from sticking together and forming blood clots that can lead to atherosclerosis or heart attack. Recent studies have shown that resveratrol also has anti-aging properties.
Parsley is a good source of folic acid, an important B-complex vitamin for preventing blood vessel damage (heart attack and stroke in people with atherosclerosis or heart disease).
• 1 liter of grape juice
• 10 stems of parsley with leaves
• 2 tablespoons of wine vinegar
• 300 g of lime honey
Grape juice must be natural, freshly squeezed into the house. Red or white grapes can be used.
Parsley must also be organic, from the country. The stems are washed well and cut into small pieces, then boiled together with the must. Leave on low heat for about 10 minutes.
Then take the pot off the heat, and after it has cooled, add the vinegar and honey. Mix well until the mixture is homogeneous. The syrup obtained is poured into bottles, which are sealed and kept in a cool, dark place.
Take 1 tablespoon when pain or stinging occurs in the heart area, or 2-3 a day.
& # 8211 Painful ischemic heart disease
& # 8211 cardiac neurosis
& # 8211 heart failure
& # 8211 other cardiovascular diseases
1. "Treating Diseases with People's Cures", Gheorghe Mohan
* The advice and any health information available on this site are for informational purposes, do not replace the doctor's recommendation. If you suffer from chronic diseases or follow medication, we recommend that you consult your doctor before starting a cure or natural treatment to avoid interaction. By postponing or interrupting classic medical treatments you can endanger your health.
There are two main types of balsamic vinegar
Traditional balsamic vinegar - is prepared from a single ingredient - from grape must - brought by boiling in a concentrate, fermented and acidified, then aged between 12 and 25 years (or even more) in wooden barrels. It is sweet, dense as a syrup, dark in color and, above all, expensive. Traditional balsamic vinegar is produced in small batches and is usually sold only in specialty stores or online.
Modern commercial balsamic vinegar - is prepared from a concentrated grape must mixture with wine vinegar to speed up the acidification process. The aging time is usually from 2 months to 3 years, in large oak barrels.
Grapes for winter
To rotate the grape compote at home under this recipe can be made from any variety, and the taste will resemble grape juice. The ingredients are indicated on a 3 liter jar.
- Grapes & # 8211 to cover half the capacity
- water & # 8211 2.5 liters
- sugar & # 8211 1 item
- citric acid.
- Grape grapes, tear clusters, as well as grated and overgrown grapes. Wipe off excess water. Apply half the volume of the canister.
- Boil the sugar syrup.
- Pour the jar of grapes with hot syrup and let it infuse for 15 minutes.
- After this period, drain the syrup in a saucepan and boil for 2 minutes, add citric acid at the end.
- Pour the jar of syrup, close with a wrench, put it upside down, cover with a blanket and leave to cool.
The best preservative-free MUST recipes
The best preservative-free MUST recipes
Must, a natural drink obtained from grapes, is very refreshing and energizing, being, at the same time, a very good and healthy substitute for commercial juices.
To keep the must for a longer period of time, we propose three simple and effective solutions.
After clarifying the must, it can be stored in bottles. These will be left empty on both fingers, because the must expands through the frost and the containers can explode. After the wort is poured into bottles, we can put them in the freezer. When you want to consume frozen must, take the desired amount out of the freezer (number of bottles), and keep it at room temperature for a few hours, according to graiulsalajului.ro. The must kept by freezing retains all its qualities, because at low temperatures the acetic fermentation does not take place, writes Adevărul.
Put the must on low heat in an enamel bowl of ten liters (smaller or larger depending on the amount of must you want to keep for the winter) and mix with a wooden spoon. The fire is stopped when the temperature of the liquid has reached 90 degrees Celsius, and it is poured into bottles. Seal tightly and keep in blankets to keep warm until the next day, to stop fermentation. The bottles are placed in the pantry or cellar, where the temperatures are constant.
The must obtained after crushing the grapes is left to clear. Grate the freshly washed horseradish through a small grater and mix with the must and place in a 50-liter jug. Put 10 grams of grated horseradish in 10 liters of must. Leave for about two weeks, then pull into bottles. The bottles are covered with corks and kept in a cool place.
Grape Must For Winter
Wash, drain and remove the grapes from the bunches. squeeze the grapes (through the juice machine, the juicer, the grape press or even through the tomato machine). If the juice contains seeds or other impurities, strain it through a gauze.
Immediately put the juice obtained to boil together with the sugar, in a large, enameled bowl, with a wide mouth, always stirring. Boil for 1 hour on low heat, always removing the foam formed on top.
Then let the must cool.
Put it in sterilized and dry bottles and close tightly.
During storage, this must acquires the consistency of a thick and sweet syrup, which can be served with soda or mineral water.
Grape must. BENEFITS
Grape must is a diuretic and laxative, so it is recommended in cases of constipation, but also to regulate blood pressure.
Another important benefit of must is that it helps stimulate brain activity and lucidity. Precisely for this reason it is indicated in periods of stress, overwork and asthenia.
Must must also be used in diets. In addition to unwanted pounds, toxins are eliminated from the body. Be careful, however, if it is consumed in large quantities, the must has the opposite effect, it makes you fat.
Moreover, like other autumn fruits and vegetables that strengthen immunity, grapes also have this effect due to the high content of vitamins and minerals.
Grape must. Skin benefits
The must applied on a compress and then on the face will help to refresh the skin. Also, the grape juice put on gauze helps to restore the skin, and the peels of the grapes restore its elasticity. The tonic capacities are stronger in red grapes than in white ones, nutritionists also say.
Grape must, a delicious and healthy drink