Oysters - a sophisticated, refined and very expensive delicacy that is appreciated not only for its taste but also for useful properties.
Instruction Crimean oyster
In Crimea, gaining momentum gastronomic tourism. Local cuisine - it is an opportunity to get acquainted with the life and culture of the people who live on this earth. Most tourists succumb to the temptation to try the local Black Sea and the Azov fish, seafood, eat chebureks, mantle, or samsa lagman pohrustet beach baklava and candied walnuts. At the Crimean coast, you can enjoy not only these "specialties"But these fresh oysters. The owners of an oyster farm at the southern coast of Crimea are grown for local restaurants several thousand of these is the exotic mollusks.
The taste of seafood depends on where they are grown. In the first place - by water salinity. It forms a particular forage - microalgae, which feed on oysters and mussels. The salinity of the Black Sea is low - 17-18 ppm, which creates a unique microclimate for shellfish. Crimean oyster more tender and not as greasy as the Mediterranean. Rate taste of oysters can be only when it is fresh. Maximum possible to add some sauce, for example, 25 grams of vodka and three drops of Tabasco sauce. It remains unchanged classic presentation - lemon and white wine. Oyster - not just a delicacy, but also a very useful product. The daily requirement for iron and copper can be achieved by eating only 6 oysters. In addition, its high meat content of vitamins B1, B2 and PP, but also iodine, phosphorus, calcium, and glycogen.
Fats oysters - ceramides, helping to successfully fight against breast cancer. They have a blocking effect and hamper their growth. Raw oysters, mussels and clams some others contain two unique amino acids, which cause the production of sex hormones. Oysters are also rich in zinc, a key nutrient for testosterone production in men and women. Crimean oysters are a low-calorie product. According nutritionists 12 oysters not more than 200 calories.