I would very much like to vote and my mind insists on it. But I do not live in Bulgaria and I cannot impose my opinion on my compatriots. If I lived here I would 100% vote. This was stated in an exclusive conversation for NOVA by top chef Sylvena Rowe.
“Bulgaria has taught me great strength. This power, these roots that we have, we just don’t realize them. Bulgaria has taught me perseverance. And the fact that I’m from a small country has taught me that I really want to float,” she added.
Rowe shares that he has great respect for food. From childhood, she remembers the taste of Tatar meatballs, bechamel sauce and halva, prepared by her father. “My mother used to make very nice manjis and biscuit cakes. Grandma used to make great baklava,” explained the top chef.
“Bulgaria was part of the centenarians of this world. We are no longer. Yogurt, sauerkraut, beans – these are wonderful Bulgarian foods. And beans are the food of longevity. Longevity is being able to arrange our lives so that we live as long as possible -many years, but without diseases”, Rowe explained.
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