Treasures of seasons

Treasures of seasons

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By consuming seasonal fruits and vegetables, we can create a richer and more varied diet that can tempt even the smallest members of the family to taste.


Fruits and vegetables produced during the season are often cheaper than their counterparts imported from abroad. We can be sure that they have been rewarded in their own right and have not been artificially assisted in their growth. In the world of hypermarkets, it is not uncommon to see how much more expensive seasonal fruits are, and how much better the taste of strawberries in summer is than in the last season of the year. If we try to be more conscious of the produce of the season and buy it predominantly, we will be spending less and eating tasty, wholesome food.


Seasonal fruits and herbs can naturally develop on natural lands without raising them in expensive glasshouses or stimulating them with a variety of chemicals. If we go to the market, we can support domestic producers and the domestic economy together. Producers harvest or harvest crops when they are harvested, whereas foreign food imports cause a significant loss of food and feed due to early harvesting. If you buy from the local market or directly from the farmer, you also support the environment, as there is no need for a truck or other vehicle that will bring you in and out of the country.

Seasonal scooter

What month should we eat?

It is worth paying attention to the weather

Januбr: Cereals, oilseeds, acids, marmalades, frozen, cauliflower, desserts, apples, quince and peas, potatoes, beetroot, zucchini, chicory, kale, cabbage, kale, kale, kale, kale, kale parsley roots, onions, yellow onions, roasts, red onions, celery, fresh or dried herbs in the kitchen, germinated seeds, shoots (parsley, onions).
Februбr: Cereals, oilseeds, pickles, marmalades, cauliflowers, desserts, apples, potatoes, starch, cabbage, kale, kale, cabbage, kale, cabbage, cherry, red onions, celery, fresh or dried herbs grown in the kitchen, germinated seeds, shoots (parsley, onion), wild early shoots.
Mбrcius: Gabonбk, oilseeds, savanyъsбgok, lekvбrok, befхttek, szцrpцk, aszalvбnyok, apples, potatoes, cйkla, йdeskбposzta, black radish, garlic, petrezselyemgyцkйr, sбrgarйpa, vцrцshagyma, zellergumу, konyhбban reared in fresh or szбrнtott fыszernцvйnyek, csнrбztatott seeds hajtбsok (parsley, onion), wild early shoots.
Бprilis: Cereals, Oilseeds, Apples, Potatoes, Endovia, Lettuce, Radish, King, Chinese, Ribs, Mizuna, Parsley, Redcurrant, Lentil, Beetroot, Rucola, Red Onion wild plants.
Mбjus: endovia, lettuce, honeydew, king radish, chinese, ribs, mizuna, parsley, red chicory, lentil, avian, rucola, onion, spinach, green pepper, fresh burgundy White cabbage, New blackcurrants, Black currant, New garlic, Strawberries, Yummy cumin, Yarrow, Dill, Cauliflower, Kale, Cauliflower, Red onion, Blueberry, Red onion, Cherry red onions, cereals, oilseeds.
Jъnius: apple, basil, basil, peppermint, lemon, endovia, lettuce, king radish, kingfisher, chinese, marjoram, mizuna, parsley, red cicada, lentil, avian, cucumber, rucola, radish confectionery lettuce, cherry, cucumber, gooseberry, cauliflower, blackcurrant, thyme, garlic, strawberry, caraway, yarrow, coriander, lavender, marjoram, mint, oregano, caper, lingonberry kale, cauliflower, red onion, succulent, blue, red, sour cherry, rhubarb, currant, new bulb, chive, tarrule, cucumber, onion, green bean, sage, onion.
Jъlius: poplar, basil, cranberry, peppercorns, cinnamon, lettuce, kingbread, parsnip, parsley, parsley, redcurrant, witloof, cinnamon zucchini, sweet corn, chickpeas, mulberries (black and white strawberries), cabbage, blackcurrants, thyme, garlic, ruffles, cooked, figs, mustard, elderberry, fennel, yarrow, yarrow, yarrow oregano (tomato), tomato, rosemary, red cabbage, dill, cauliflower, kale, cauliflower, red onion, marl, red onion, chive, marrow, cucumber, onion, green bean.
August: poplar, basil, cranberry, peppercorns, cytomfia, endovia, lettuce, parsley, parsley, parsley, parsley, red onion, redcurrant, rowan, red , zucchini, zucchini, sweet corn, chickpeas, cauliflower, blackcurrants, thyme, blackberries, garlic, ruffles, cookers, figs, garlic, gummy cumin, yarrow, yarrow, yarrow, coriander, lavender (tarragon), tomato, rosemary, red cabbage, dill, cauliflower, kale, cauliflower, red onion, yellow onion, chive, red onion, cucumber, onion, green bean, green bean.
September: apple, basil, cranberry, peppercorn, lemon, endovia, lettuce, kingbread, parsnip, parsley, parsley, parsley, red cicada, lentil, custard , sweet corn, chickpeas, cauliflower, blackcurrants, thyme, blackberries, garlic, ruffled, cooked, figs, chestnut, cumin, yarrow, coriander, lavender, marjoram, mizuna, burgundy oregan (tomato, rosemary, rosemary, dill, cauliflower, cauliflower, red onion, green bean, green bean, chives, cucumber, green bean, green bean, green bean, , sugar salad, brussels sprouts, caraway, bird salad, nipple, cereal.
Oktуber: apple, basil, zucchini, peppercorns, lemons, endovia, lettuce, kale, parsnip, parsley, parsley root, red onion, red cabbage, cornflower, celandine, corn corn, Jerusalem artichoke, cabbage, blackcurrants, thyme, garlic, ruffled, cooked, fig, chestnut, cumin, yarrow, coriander, lavender, marjoram, mizuna, pak choi, rucola, tomato tomato, rosemary, cauliflower, dill, cauliflower, cauliflower, red onion, mulberry, beetroot, chives, cauliflower, cucumber, onion, cauliflower, cabbage , kernels, bird's eye, nipple, green pepper, cereal.
November: cereals, oilseeds, apples, chicory, cytomphies, endovia, lettuce, kale, parsley, parsley root, onion, radish, starch, onion, starch, celery, zest curly, cooked, chestnut, gummy caraway, coriander, pak choi, rucola, oregano, rosemary, red cabbage, kale, red onion, bean sprout, walnut , broccoli, sugar salad, brussels sprouts, caraway, dessert, nipple.
December: cereals, oilseeds, pickles, marmalades, cauliflowers, cauliflowers, desserts, apples, chicory, endovia, lettuce, kale, parsnip, parsley, cherry, cherry, cherry, cherry, , garlic, cauliflower, chestnut, kale, red cabbage, kale, red onion, red onion, roast, quince and pear, brussels sprouts, fresh or chives,.

Stuffed potato soup

We met 4 people: -
  • 40 dkg roasted cubes (quantity cleaned)
  • 30 dg of potatoes diced
  • 1 slice of onion
  • 1.5 liters of meat or green soup
  • sou, pepper
  • extra virgin olive oil
  • 1 pc dried marjoram
  • 2-3 sack leaves
  • parmesan cheese and toasted white bread for feeding
Drizzle a little onion with the chopped onion oil and top with the meat or green soup. Add the risky cap, the potatoes. Season it, pepper it with marjoram and sauté the finely squeezed juice. Cook for 35 minutes while the pumpkin and potatoes are cooked. Bread the bread in a non-stick skillet over a high heat, with a minimum amount of oil. The soup is topped with grated parmesan and toasted bread.