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Magic Bread- Pristine Premium Vodka

Magic Bread Pristine Premium Vodka

A Common Love

There is one thing which unites almost all countries and nations around the world, and believe it or not, it isn’t premium vodka. It’s the prehistoric bread which spread around the world and got its special name and special way to be prepared in every country.  From Japan to Mexico housewives have their own recipes of where and how this bread should be prepared.

In France, it’s believed that crepes will only be good if you manage to turn them side to side by shaking the pan. They even have a proverb about a woman ruling a man as she is turning crepes on a frying pan. The French have crepe flambée and  galette (the salted version made of buckwheat flour and topped with egg, cheese and ham) and hundreds more of sophisticated varieties.

In Holland “Pannenkoeken” are so popular that there are a few family restaurants specializing only in this dish.

In Norway “pølse med lompe” is the basis for a special hotdog.

According to their size, Bulgarian palachinki are primo in Europe. They are made on enormous crepe pans and consumed preferably with sour cream, butter or home made jam.

What can be better in the US than a Sunday morning with pancakes? You can pick your favorite maple syrup in a shop or order “silver dollar” flapjacks in the nearest café.

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The traditional day to eat pancakes is Shrove Tuesday, the last Tuesday before the lent in France this is Mardi Gras (Fat Tuesday) and in Ukraine the homeland of the Pristine Premium vodka there is the Cheese-fare Week to eat “Mlynci.” Easy to cook, fantastic taste and an opportunity to be the artist in your kitchen make this “type of bread” one of the great favorites among the inhabitants of planet Earth.

Pristine Premium Vodka was born in the middle of the Carpathians, the mountains where people live in harmony with nature and time-honoured traditions. Every Carpathian housewife holds the secret of preparing amazingly delicious crepes which are called Mlynci. The secret is very simple and hidden in pure water and premium quality wheat. It is smooth and clear vodka. And although it is a sharp drink, when added to the batter it brings out a soft taste and perfect finish tot he flavor.



1 ½  cups all-purpose flour

2 eggs

2 cups milk

¼ teaspoon salt

1 tablespoon Pristine Premium Vodka

2 tablespoons butter melted/1 tablespoon vegetable oil



In a large mixing bowl or food processor whisk together the flour and the eggs, then stir in milk gradually. Add salt, Pristine Premium Vodka and melted butter, beat until smooth. Set it aside for about 30 seconds.

Next, heat a lightly oiled griddle or frying pan over medium-high heat. Pour or scoop the batter onto the griddle, using approximately 1/4 cup for each crepe. Tilt the pan with a circular motion so that the batter coats the surface evenly. Cook Mlynec until the bottom is light brown, then turn it over and cook the other side. Serve hot with any type of filling or topping.

Starting with fresh berries and honey and finishing with eggs and ham or fresh vegetable salad.


No one will ever guess what your secret ingredient is for making this perfect, simple and extremely tasty dish!