Your shopping cart is empty!
Kvass is a traditional Slavic and Baltic fermented grain beverage commonly made from rye bread. It is sometimes referred to as "bread drink", "bread cider" or even "Russian Cola". Originating in Eastern Europe and Russia, kvass is now becoming known and liked in many other countries as well. Kvass is very refreshing and can include delicious flavors from fruits and herbs. It typically has a tangy, earthy, salty flavor and can be an acquired taste, though many end up craving it due to the nutritional benefits it offers.
On 27th of May, 2018 - The Russian-Ukrainian team, trained by Hong Kong coach, was among the participants of the Hong Kong Qigong Competition, a major event in health and sports sphere in Hong Kong. It was the first time when non-Chinese team was competing in this event!
Meet the team: Inna Kuznetcova is the bioscientist, Diana Marchenko is the founder of FoodShop.hk, Ekaterina Travina is an artist and jeweller, Inna Okolovich is a mathematician, Olena Mandryk is a top model based in Hong Kong. The coach: Chun Hing Cheung is the founder and the teacher at the Qi Vizualization School of Health Qigong.
Three medals — two gold medals and one bronze medal were won. Congratulations to the team!
Want to join Qigong classes? Lessons will be held from 30/5/18 to 15/8/18, on Wednesdays, 9:00 to 11:00 am at the South Horizon Neighborhood Community Hall. More information: https://m.facebook.com/qivisualization
People in Russia and the Eastern European region have been eating buckwheat for centuries. It supposedly originated locally when Greek Orthodox monks brought the grain from Greece during the spread of Christianity. The ways it can be served are many: buckwheat can be a sweet breakfast treat when paired with milk and sugar, or a savory dish topped with gravy and mushrooms at dinner.