I had been looking for brown buckwheat to cook in a traditional Russian way for a while but could only find its green type until I came across this site. In the picture I could see the cooked brown buckwheat - "kasha" - as it should be, so I was looking forward to getting it. Unfortunately, when I started cooking, I could see very soon that it was not the kind I had expected. How to explain it to someone who has never tried the type I used to cook in Russia? If you know the difference between buckwheat "sechka" and "proper" buckwheat, you will understand what I mean. In short, if you intend to use it as additional ingredient, you will be fine. But if you try to cook "proper Russian buckwheat kasha", you will not succeed as this is the wrong type. I also tried one of the raw chocolate bars, I think, with cherries, and I found it really nice: fresh, melting, full cocoa flavour. I also tried one of food bars, and I also really enjoyed it: it was fresh, tasty and filling.
Very good price on Ferplast Ergocomfort harnesses, which in my view are the best for pugs. There are only 2 things that could make them even better: 1) by making the outer padded part waterproof; 2) by making them at least partially fluorescent.
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