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Eating habits from the USSR that each of us has now: top 3

Iryna MelnichenkoLS Food
Eating habits of people in the USSR
Eating habits of people in the USSR

We eat intuitively without noticing it, some of us follow regimens and diets. But at the same time, everyone has eating habits that stretch back to the Soviet era, such as eating porridge in the morning.

Rice porridge for breakfast

The FoodOboz editorial team has gathered information for you about the eating habits that each of us has, which were common during the Soviet era and are still present today.

1. Eat porridge or soup in the morning

Soup and cereal can be eaten at any meal, they don't have to be breakfast dishes. According to experts, it is healthier to eat light protein dishes in the morning, such as scrambled eggs, omelets, boiled eggs, and poached eggs, as well as salads, oatmeal with water, and cheesecakes.

Milk porridge

2. Eat bread with first courses

Bread is a healthy product, but it is better to choose whole grain bread and not eat it, for example, with potato or pasta dishes, as bread itself is a high-calorie product.

It is better to make sandwiches from bread, and eat it with salads, soup.

White bread

3. Eat canned fruits and vegetables

Canned foods are not healthy because they undergo several types of heat treatment at high temperatures and lose almost all useful vitamins.

In addition, vinegar is often used to preserve vegetables, and a lot of sugar is used to make jam!

Pickled tomatoes

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