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Peter Kostadinov About Baba Vanga

Peter Kostadinov About Baba Vanga

Peter Kostadinov About Baba Vanga

The excerpt for this article was taken from Baba Vanga Predictions – Luxurious Edition (In Bulgarian) by Zheni Kostadinova

One day Blaga Dimitrova (famous Bulgarian poetess and former vice-president of Bulgaria) visited Baba Vanga. She was wearing a white dress, that was sitting tight on her body. Before she entered the room Baba Vanga welcomed her with the words: “Blaga you should take off this dress – it’s not for you anymore. At this age you have to put on something else – this dress is a history already!”

Blaga became embarrassed, and left the room without saying a word.

Baba Vanga loved to have baniza (baked fillo stuffed with feta cheese), cake, and biscuits for breakfast. Another favourite of hers breakfast meals was baked pasta mixed with eggs and fresh milk. For lunch she would usually have bean soup, rice, or peas. She ate very little, and in most cases she would avoid eating meat. I have heard her saying that it is very healthy to eat everything as long as it is in moderate quantities, and when the time is right for it. Every once and a while she would have a sip of Anis – one of her favourite drinks. She also liked boza ( a thick, fermented beverage containing up to 4 percent alcohol) with a sourish or sweetish  taste. The boza is made of various kinds of flour -barley, oats, corn, wheat, but boza of best quality and taste is made of millet flour. Rarely when Baba Vanga was in a very good mood, she would have a 50 ml of whiskey as well.)

When Baba Vanga was among her closest friend and trusted people, she would talk a lot about her life and would share interesting stories. One day we were having a dinner, and she started to talk about her life in Strumitza. With a deep emotion she was telling how she walked barefoot on the snow, to get to the church so she can beg for some money and buy bread. Also she would often mention about the storm that had raised her high above the ground and how she got blind as a result. Then she would mention how she met her husband, and what was her life with him in the beginning – those were all moments that moved her very much.

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