Did you know, that 40% of Europeans believe, that gluten may cause digestive problems ?*
Can, believe, may cause…
Estonians eat rather fermented black bread, however there was an epidemic outburst few years ago. Turned out that.. most of us have gluten intolerance. The interesting thing about the disease is that you can not eat white bread. But pasta, semolina, burgers, couc cous are ok. … 🙂
I am apologizing to those who have the real disease.
but mostly it is a problem of control. Have you read the book Rolf Jensen, Mika Aaltonen The Renaissance Society: How the Shift from Dream Society to the Age of Individual Control will Change the Way You Do business.
I highly recommend.
A study conducted in 2015 ( by Allergofood) found that 50% of Estonian parents suspect their child has somekind of allergy. But it only applies to 11%. So, ca 40% of children do not get enough real nutritious food, because their parents are afraid of something…
This is a dessert from my childhood. It was often served as a dessert at school to reuse leftovers from bread.
Today I make this very seldom, because.. as I do not eat white bread very often, and I do not have white bread leftovers at home 🙂
NB! my recipe is not contains sugar, because for me bread + jam are sweet enough. If you like sweet, add sugar!
Bread Casserole. Saiavorm
A easy cooking delicious dessert to reuse your leftovers from bread.
- 8-10 slice of bread ( ca 300 g)
- 100 g butter
- 300 g jam
- 2 eggs
- 400 ml milk
- Grease oven casserole with butter
- Spread butter on to a bread slices and cut in to a cubes.Pour half of bread in to the casserole
- Add jam and remaining bread cubes.
- eggs and milk (and sugar), and pour over bread.
- Sprinkle casserole with small butter cubes
- Bake in to the oven 180 C 30-40 minutes.
Serve with cold milk.
Soundtrack Lenna ” Õnnega koos”
* AC Nielsen research