Drink cocoa, or (as it is called in America) hot chocolate has a long history of origin. Several thousand years ago the indigenous people of South America knew how to cook cocoa, which they called “xocoatl”. Actually, to them we owe the word “chocolate”. It was a part of their daily diet, and the seeds of the cacao tree were used in the settlements as units of money. Later, in the 16th century, the colonists brought the seeds and drink recipe on the big continent. And since then, the first notable population (new in those days was appreciated very expensive), and then the rest tried bright, slightly tart taste of cocoa. Initially in its preparation did not use milk or cream, and then, from about the 19th century, began to add these familiar ingredients. Today there are many
ready-soluble species of cocoa. But is it possible to make a real drink, using the powder from the jar, where, in addition to the main component, there are definitely flavors and other not so useful substances! Much better early in the morning Continue reading
It is noticed that with the onset of cold speed the flow of people on the streets order increases. From home to work and the same way back running man, tight zapihnuv coat, hoping to go home in the heat. After all, what could be nicer than at the end of a long day to enter the house, loudly banging his boots, brushing off clinging snow, and you sniff the familiar smell of home comfort. And let it be chocolate!
Want to treat loved ones icy winter? Prepare them a Cup of fragrant hot chocolate. This mark of attention they are sure to appreciate. And don’t
forget. Chocolate contains a variety of nutrients, it increases vitality, improves memory and attention. Just one Cup of hot chocolate – and the mood will improve, no wonder chocolate Continue reading
The question is, what’s the difference — to pour milk (or cream) before or after boiling water. It turns out that a substantial. Explain you a simple analogy. Sulfuric acid dissolves in water quite well. However, you can only pour acid into water, if on the contrary, there will be a strong heating and emission, explosion.
The taste of milk-borne drink, rise, probably under the
influence of two reasons: heat exposure boiling water and mechanical agitation.
In Siberia cold. So there drink tea more, and milk are added to it with pleasure. Photo by Oleg Katerinopol is, as you know, water (87.0%) and the dry residue, which is composed of fat (3.9%), casein (2.7%), albumin and globulin (0.6%), lactose (4.7%), minerals (0.7%). Fat is found in milk in the form of balls, enclosed in a thin shell of phospholipids and minerals. A jet of boiling water probably provides a more complete separation of fat globules from the other mixture and destroys Continue reading