DANS LA CUISINE RUSSE TRADITIONNELLE, IL EXISTE DE NOMBREUSES RECETTES VEGAN.
C' EST DU EN PARTIE AU RESPECT DE LA TRADITION DES ORTHODOXES CHRETIENS
Alors même si actuellement il existe peu de laits végétaux, peu de préparations a base de soja, fausses viandes etc, même dans les grandes villes du pays
IL RESTE QU' IL EST TRÈS FACILE D' ÊTRE VEGAN EN RUSSIE EN SUIVANT SIMPLEMENT LES RECETTES RUSSES
You may be surprised to know that the traditional Russian cuisine provides a huge variety of vegan dishes. That’s because traditionally most of Russian people are Orthodox Christians, and for more than half of the year they are prescribed to observe various spiritual fasts. During fast days Orthodox Christians should limit their needs, live and eat simply and modestly. I was delighted to know that more than 130 days every year Orthodox Christians should avoid eating any animal products, which actually means that they should eat the same way as vegans! Unfortunately, these days not so many people follow these wise rules, as modern generation is not very pious. But still, thanks to religious traditions, every Russian dish probably has its fast (or vegan) version.
Veganism is not very popular in Russia yet. Such seemingly indispensable vegan products as non-dairy milk, tofu, vegannaise and nutritional yeast are not readily available even in cosmopolitan cities like Moscow and St. Petersburg. However, in my opinion it’s quite easy to be vegan in Russia, as a lot of healthy grains, root vegetables, mushrooms, legumes, some fruits and vegetables are available during the whole year.
LA SOUPE A LA CHOUCROUTE
"Shchi is definitely one of the most popular Russian soup and one of my favourite for sure! I hope you will love it too! Enjoy! "
LA RECETTE EST ICI