5 dishes that hated Soviet childrenBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/article/5-dishes-that-hated-soviet-children.html
In the Soviet kitchen was such popular recipes that many adults still remember with a shudder.
Today this ice cream is perceived as vegetarian or simply fashionable, and in Soviet times it was brought children one disorder. It begins during the period of increased harvest of tomatoes in the mid-1970s on the basis of puree and juice of tomatoes. Then it was one of the cheapest and sold in a paper Cup, covered with a round piece of paper with a smiling tomato.
Sometimes such bills and was not at all, and the kids took him for berry. Imagine the disappointment after the first bite?
Mashed peas is a very low cost but nutritious meal that contains a lot of protein, beneficial to a growing child's body. That is why it was one of the most popular in the menu of the kindergarten and the school cafeteria. But common is not so popular. A homogeneous mass of unknown color, like brown cement, was seldom appetite in children.
In Russian cuisine barley is often found in soups — for example, in the pickle. But if the soup can be left at the bottom of the dish, you can eat a full bowl of barley porridge is much more difficult. At the same time hard, demanding long chewing, and at the same time slimy, she didn't become a favorite of children, even with milk, jam or sugar.
The liver is the source of iron and vitamin B, so pediatricians for decades strongly recommend to include her in the children's diet. Fears about toxicity of the liver do not affect this recommendation. However, most children do not experience joy and delight neither from the form nor from the specific taste of this byproduct. Not even attempting to help creative mom to cook liver casserole or pancakes.