In Orthodox monasteries on mount Athos, Greece the monks on Saturday and Sunday allowed to eat during lent seafood, as the Greek Charter equates them to marine plants. In the adopted by the Russian Orthodox Church the liturgical Constitution, the consumption of seafood is not prohibited. However, most pastors agree that "marine reptiles" do not eat every day during lent. For variety, Lenten table offer you are allowed days to cook porridge with squid.
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Pearl barley boiled on a slow fire until tender. I have a barley bag for cooking.
While cooking grits to cook the remaining ingredients.
Onion cut into half rings, carrot grate on a coarse grater, fry in vegetable oil.
Carcass squid scalded with boiling water, peel, cut into strips and fry in oil for 3 minutes (I fried in another pan, separately from the vegetables).
Then the squid, then add the vegetables, soy sauce, spices, and fry everything together for another minute.
Cereals ready to connect with passerovannym calamari, vegetables and stir. If necessary, add more soy sauce.