Taste of Russia – Georgian Drink Tarkhun

GEorgian Tarkhun

You may find a Georgian drink – Tarkhun in Russia

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Nordic jelly-drink – Kissel

russian Kissel

Kissel is a jelly-drink that’s very popular in Nordic countries. Its name is derived from a Slavic word meaning “sour”, as sour fruits are preferred.

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Red caviar

Red salmon caviar

Red caviar is also known as salmon caviar. The salmon eggs are truly good for the health; a spoonful of caviar supplies the adult daily requirement of vitamins B12.

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Russian hot soup – Shchi

Russian shchi

Shchi is a Russian soup with cabbage as the primary ingredient. Its primary distinction is its sour taste, which usually originates from cabbage. When sauerkraut is used instead, the soup is called sour shchi.

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Russian Cuisine – the freshly salted cucumbers

russian freshly salted cucumbers

Famous Russian freshly salted cucumbers. It’s a must on all the Russian tables, goes with any dish – as a separate appetitive or in salads. Every Russian knows them from the birth. As a plus the brine from cucumber is good for the health.

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Taste of Russia – the Kefir Drink

Kefir Russian Drink

Kefir– it’s a healthy Russian drink. Kefir is a fermented milk drink made with kefir grains and is believed to have its origins in the Caucasus Mountains.

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Russian Kvas – The Summer drink

Russian Kvas - The summer drink

Kvas is an old Slavic drink, made from fermented bread. The first mention about Kvas was made in the 10th century, but nobody knows who and when it was invented, some historian say’s that the drink was made by mistake. But it’s an interesting question, as it was invented before the beer.

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