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Kvass: History, Health Benefits, & Recipes for the Russian Bread Drink (Volume 1)

Kvass: History, Health Benefits, & Recipes for the Russian Bread Drink (Volume 1)

Kvass: History, Health Benefits, & Recipes for the Russian Bread Drink (Volume 1)

Kvass is a traditional Russian drink made from Bread and has been around for over 1,000 years. At one point in Russian history it was believed that Kvass was consumed more than water! Even with that being the case, millions of people worldwide have never tried the drink. For that manner the majority of people have never heard of Kvass. This book includes a history of kvass and why it was made, as well as the wonderful health benefits you receive from making your own kvass at home You’ll also

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  1. Stephen A. Steele "S2"
    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Good e-book (and paperback), August 9, 2012
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    Stephen A. Steele “S2″ (Pittsburgh, PA) –
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    I have both the paperback and e-version of this book (purchased and downloaded through Amazon), and I have no trouble viewing it on my Kindle KB, Kindle Fire, Motorola XOOM and Droid2 Global phone with Kindle App. I am not sure what device the previous users that rated the downloaded copy are using to view the book – All of my devices viewed the book without an issue!

    This book is a good read, and took an evening to complete. It contained a brief history of Kvass, where it came from, what it is today, and receipes for the original beverage and expanded variants. The simplicity of the beverage was suprising. I was not aware that such a beverage existed until I visited the nano-brewery. Dan’s diferent versions of Kvass were fantastic (as well as all the beers.)

    My kids like the Kvass as well, and it’s fun to make.

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  2. Gary E. Zirk "Greyghost"
    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
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    Kvass, October 20, 2012
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    Gary E. Zirk “Greyghost” (New Creek, WV United States) –
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    This review is from: Kvass: History, Health Benefits, & Recipes for the Russian Bread Drink (Volume 1) (Paperback)

    This is a great little book about the history, the health benefits and recipes for brewing your own Kvass. The author, Dan, gives clear instruction and insight on making this tasty drink. Kvass is a low alcohol drink, 1%-2%, so everyone can enjoy. The recipes vary from the tradition Kvass, which uses bread, to some that uses beets and herbs. So far I have just tried the bread recipes and they are good.

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  3. Christina G. Sammons
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
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    Good information., January 31, 2013
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    Review by Scott Sammons, Christina’s husband using her account.

    Well written and informative. I enjoyed reading this cook book, very much though it is far from life changing in any way. My first interest in Kvass was after reading Sacajawea and the story how the Lewis and Clark expedition found their bread going moldy decided to make beer from the salvaged bits. Dan Woodske has a passion for beer and Kavass in particular, that passion comes throughout in his writing. Well done.

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