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Horseradish has always been considered a symbol of health, strength and willpower among the Slavic peoples.


Despite its super sour taste, cranberry has enjoyed enormous popularity in Russia for centuries long.


Cabbage has been one of the most common vegetables, without which many dishes of the Russian cuisine can not be cooked.


Since ancient times, sauerkraut has been considered among the staple food products of the Slavic peoples, especially in winter, because it is then that the body requires more vitamins.


The national Russian dish of shchi is no other than a hot first course dish with on sauerkraut or fresh cabbage as its main ingredients.


Among the rich variety of porridges popular in Russia, buckwheat stands out. Considered worldwide a Russian porridge buckwheat has been widely used in this country since the 12th century.


Altai with its mountain beauty and bountiful wildlife is a unique region of Russia.


Has traditional Russian cuisine anything in store for improving immunity and stamina in these challenging times of Covid?


Authentic Russian cuisine is not only tasty, but also healthy.


The most famous Russian summer soup is definitely okroshka based on kvass! Do you know there are a number of other traditional recipes worth trying in a short Russian summer?


Breaking the Lent with delicious sumptuous dishes has always been an integral part of the Easter celebrations. So what is the Russian Easter feast like?


Sometimes called the Juice of Strongmen in the annals, birch sap was most popular in this country from times immemorial. Healers widely used this wonderful drink.


The Russian breakfast is very different from the food traditions of the East or West. For all the popularity of foreign cuisines in this country, most of the Russians still start their day with traditional Russian dishes.


It is no coincidence that Suzdal enjoys great popularity among tourists. This old Russian town is part of the Golden Ring and has long been a gourmet highlight of the Vladimir Region.


There were many things to be proud of in the USSR, and cakes were among them: delicious and qualitative, there were always made from the best products.


All the countries can be proud of their national sweet delicacies. In Russia, these are chocolate sweets. Their diversity is really surprising: an uncountable number of tasty sweets with a rich variety of fillings are produced in every region of this country.


Syrniki, i.e. curd fritters, which are in the worlds Top 25 desserts, are among the most popular traditional dishes of Russian cuisine. Learn with us how to make them: find the classical recipe and tips and tricks here.


The Russian cuisine stood out for the fact that national pickles were vinegar-free, as vegetables and fruits were fermented and soused. Moreover, no other country but Russia had the tradition of brined vegetables.


Astrakhan cuisine intertwines cooking traditions and dishes of the Russians, Armenians, Jews, Germans, Kalmyks, Kazakhs, and others. Such combinations give special zest to the regional cuisine of Astrakhan.


For Russians, making jam is not just a preparation of a vitamin-rich dessert. This is a special ceremony, kind of kitchen magic. Famous Russian tea drinking tradition is not complete without a jam.


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