From August 1 Russia had embargo on polish fruits and vegetables. The ban also includes fruits and vegetables produced in Poland, but imported to Russia via third countries.
“Introduced on August 1 ban applies, among others, fresh apples, pears, cherries, nectarines, plums, and all varieties of cabbage (including white, Chinese cabbage, red, brussels sprouts, broccoli), cauliflower. Rossielchonadzor spokesman Alexei Aleksiejenko said that it was “virtually all fruits and vegetables.”
Polish internet reacted with great action “Bloggers remake Polish apples to help fruit farmers.” Why only apples, I have no idea, but Krucza Kuchnia will join.
I just want to note that, as the Poles, we tend to be blind to success. Particularly economic.
August 1, 2014 the year is the day when Japan lifted the embargo on Polish beef. Thus, Poland is in the elite group – with Ireland, the Netherlands and France – European countries, in which, imposed in 2001, the embargo has been lifted. But there was no action “eat polish beef” 🙂
But we put politics aside, simply because it causes indigestion. And that we would prefer to avoid. 🙂
The inspiration for this salad was a Waldorf salad. Celery, apple, nuts, mayonnaise sauce. For me celery root is associated with the winter season, broth and vegetable salad. Filling and intense.
It was important to me that my salad was light and crispy. Summer in expression and taste. Antonovka – acidic, compacted and firm flesh. Roasted hazelnuts. Romaine lettuce and spinach. And apple vinaigrette. Enjoy it!
3 tablespoons toasted hazelnuts
1 small romaine lettuce
1 cup fresh spinach
2 cups cold water
2 tablespoons lemon juice
2 teaspoons of apple juice
2 teaspoons of apple cider vinegar
half a teaspoon of sea salt
half a teaspoon of freshly ground pepper
4 tablespoons camelina oil