Eastern European women and the European elegance

September 6, 2021 at 6.36am by in Slavic Women
Eastern European women

Elegance in Eastern Europe is unique. It’s sophisticated, modern and chic. 

Eastern European women
  • On important occasions, there are certain foods that Eastern Europeans don’t eat.

Let’s say there is an important business meeting or date and you don’t want to ruin it. An Eastern European woman suggests that you should never eat the following foods on an important occasion like this. Firstly, you should not eat raw onion because it’s smelly. If you cook at home for your important guests and you touch raw onion, that smell will possibly stay on your fingers for days. Secondly, you should not eat garlic as it’s also very smelly. Many restaurants in Europe don’t even have garlic as an ingredient because of that. I understand that garlic is a healthy food, but I don’t think it’s the right food on an important occasion. Next, you may want to avoid eating salad on an important occasion, as you are not supposed to use your knife and fork to eat a salad (you only use a fork) – it’s hard to eat certain large leaves elegantly. Further, you need to avoid eating spaghetti because if you wear a white shirt on an important occasion, the tomato sauce might ruin your white shirt completely. Also, anything that is hard to digest could be avoided on important occasions as you don’t want to cancel your plans afterwards. Last but not least, elegant Europeans don’t eat fast foods such as hamburgers on very important occasions because fast foods are clearly not elegant enough – it’s better to eat hamburgers when you are at home with your family and friends.

Eastern European women
  • What do elegant Europeans eat on important occasions?

I have noticed that elegant Eastern European women tend to eat the following foods on important occasions.

First and most importantly, elegant Europeans eat salmon quite frequently, as it’s easy to use both knife and fork while eating salmon. A 2013 study found that individuals with the highest levels of long-chain omega-3 fats in their blood were 27% times less likely to die from heart disease, and these people lived an average of 2 years longer than those with the lowest levels. Fatty fish is where it is at (salmon in particular). Salmon has more omega-3 fats than almost any other fish in the ocean because one 4-ounce serving of salmon dishes up almost 2,100 milligrams of omega-3s. So, my suggestion is you may swap in salmon steaks for your T-bone or rib eye, although these are all quite elegant choices. Also, you will probably love salmon’s meaty flavor. Having said that, please avoid sushi because farmed salmon contains antibiotics which lead to antibiotic resistance. Only eat wild salmon when you go to restaurants in Europe. Note that salmon is a top source of bone-strengthening vitamin D. 

Apart from that, sardines, trout and herring are also packed with omega-3s, so these are wonderful options for elegance and health as well. Having said that, you must avoid fried fish because statistics show that eating just 1 serving of fried fish per week can up your risk of heart failure by 48%.

Second of all, elegant Europeans eat sirloin steak on very important occasions. Indeed, there is nothing like a satisfying steak to help you get the iron you need for strong and thick hair and nails. Not all red meat is created equally where fat is concerned. Take sirloin steak as an example. It is one of the leanest cuts of meat in the world, with only 4 grams of saturated fat and 11 grams of total fat per 4-ounce serving, i.e., the size of your palm. It gives you 12 % of your daily dose of absorbed heme iron with a moderate 240 calories. In order to make your steak tastes better without upping portion size, you can pair it with mushrooms. That’s what sophisticated restaurants in Europe do all the time. Like steak, mushrooms have a beefy texture as well. Also, they are rich in the savory flavor umami found in red meat. Other lean cuts of beef include top round, eye of round, bottom round and flank steak.

Oysters, tofu and dark meat poultry are also rich in iron.

“Fulfilling meals are elegant in restaurants in Europe.”

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