Kvass is related to beer. It is a fresh drink produced by fermentation of yeast and sugar. The first Lithuanian recipes were written in the sixteenth century. It turns out that it was liked by the Lithuanian nobles. Cooking specialists count up to 100 recipes for this drink. Kvass drinks are made not only of cereal malt, bread, beets, but also milk, honey, fruits, berries, petals, buds, cakes, seeds, juniper berries, etc. At the moment, the most popular is bread kvass, tinned from bread crust, fresh or dried bread.
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