Products from the USSR, nostalgic
Human memory is selective. You can not remember important laws of geometry, which took place in the school, but I remember the taste of the food is good. Especially pleasant aromas vkusnyashek and how they were presented or purchased. And remember that the Soviet Union was, as the production of the product is at the highest level. All are manufactured according to state standards of quality and healthy ingredients. Many adults now, though it took many years, remembered with regret and nostalgia for those products for which they were willing to stand in line for hours.
The West was famous for its variety of sausage range: about 200 species. But in the USSR sausage varieties were at least 10 names. Especially famous were the "Doctor", "Moscow" and the sausage "Proletarian". People often sadly sighed that available to them such variety as in other countries, but as time has shown nothing: now on the market a huge selection of all sorts of sausages, even the names are found similar, but this taste, as before, are unlikely to be found, and even more so the same quality.
Unique recipe "Doctor's" sausage was quite useful, because originally it was planned to feed the rest in sanatoriums and patients in hospitals. It contained 70% pork and 25% beef, eggs, and 3% 2% bovine milk. This is really a quality product!
In the days of the Soviet Union all the canneries were working at full capacity. One of the most popular products and has been loved by many stew. With a special sense of living in the Soviet Union remember simple enough, but incredibly tasty dish: boiled potatoes, to which was added a jar of canned meat quality, and then a little potomlennoy on fire. Even now, when fresh meat can be bought in any store, many housewives who have experienced the era of the Soviet Union, with pleasure looks in the jar of stew.
A special attachment to those who lived in the Soviet Union led to ice cream. And it's not just that it was really a very high quality and delicious, but also in the fact that the ice cream was remembered as the greatest joy of childhood. Delicious cream cost only 20 cents and was made from this milk. The demand for it was so great that virtually every major city had its own cold storage facility for the manufacture of ice cream. All they did delicious products, but the leading position occupied by the Moscow and Leningrad production. Sales hit in the USSR was the ice cream "Chestnut" for 28 cents, many people who lived in the Soviet Union, still consider him a favorite treat.
A particularly tasty treat was considered boiled condensed milk. To quickly enjoy its taste in a can made two holes, and then drank condensed milk straight from there. Not less popular and candy made from boiled condensed milk. They were called "Toffee" or "fudge" and sold in the store. However, some housewives made homemade candy for yourself. Modern manufacturers label carefully copied the Soviet product, but the taste of condensed milk is not the same as for its creation is not currently used milk as before, for the sake of economy.
For the appearance of such a tasty and a lot of favorite treats, like condensed milk, should thank Americans. Product The first issue is dated 1853.. Particularly popular in our part of the condensed milk has gained thanks to the soldiers - this product is sure to add to their diet because of its caloric content and nutritional value.
5. Candy "Bird's milk"
Candy "Bird's milk" served in the USSR peculiar token currency. They are mostly donated for any service, as well as thanks to doctors, teachers. Of course, in simple houses delicacy also appeared, but ate it mostly for the holidays.
This is a traditional Russian dish is loved by many children and adults. In the era of the Soviet Union sold special pellets for making jelly at home. It was a highly concentrated juice dry. Nutritious drink enjoyed great popularity in schools, canteens and other public institutions. Dish significantly saves time. Briquettes jelly cost much cheaper ice cream, so children often buy and eat right in the dry form.
In the USSR, kvass produced on an industrial scale. The main demand for this wonderful drink was, of course, in the summer. In special factories preparing leavened wort is subsequently diluted with water and fermented with the addition of sugar and yeast. The barrels were unpasteurized product with strength of about 1, 2%, so drink drank mostly adults.