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Dear Guest, the good nutrition help us to maintain our health and vitality to enjoy an active lifestyle! So welcome to my virtual bakery! I hope that You are doing well ... and are feeling hungry for some scrumptious home baked goods.
Originally, I'm from Uzbekistan. A beautiful country in Central Asia where traditional food is as diverse as our neighbors. Turkey, Russia, Tajikistan, China, Armenia - to name a few. Influenced by these and many other cultures, the food in Uzbekistan is really something special! You will find a variety of baked goods in my store, each with its own unique origin. Like, "Bulochki" (sweet buns) are made out of a Russian recipe. "Pahlava" - Armenian." coconut powder dessert" - Turkish and " Chalp" - Tadjik etc....
Uzbek Bread... I have a special place in my heart for it!:) And would love for you to try the many different but equally delicious types of it…

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  • Joined April 9, 2011

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nuts, jam, raisin, yogurt, cheese, eggs, fresh greens, flour

About

Dear Guest, the good nutrition help us to maintain our health and vitality to enjoy an active lifestyle! So welcome to my virtual bakery! I hope that You are doing well ... and are feeling hungry for some scrumptious home baked goods.
Originally, I'm from Uzbekistan. A beautiful country in Central Asia where traditional food is as diverse as our neighbors. Turkey, Russia, Tajikistan, China, Armenia - to name a few. Influenced by these and many other cultures, the food in Uzbekistan is really something special! You will find a variety of baked goods in my store, each with its own unique origin. Like, "Bulochki" (sweet buns) are made out of a Russian recipe. "Pahlava" - Armenian." coconut powder dessert" - Turkish and " Chalp" - Tadjik etc....
Uzbek Bread... I have a special place in my heart for it!:) And would love for you to try the many different but equally delicious types of it.
Uzbek bread - Fatir is well known throughout Central Asia, Russia and beyond. Made in clay oven (just like the Indian naan) Fatir is a bread-lover's ultimate treat!
Note: due to the "no clay oven policy" in my apartment building, I bake my breads in the regular oven. Enjoy!

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