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    russian food?

    What is common food in russia?
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    pelmeni! (aka ravioli)
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    borsch (aka beet soup)
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    лапша, хлеб, щи, хлеб, борщ, хлеб, вареники, хлеб, блины... я не забыл про хлеб написать?
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    Re: russian food?

    Quote Originally Posted by cooltothetouch
    What is common food in russia?
    Maybe vodka? :mgreen:
    То Лев, то Кот...

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    Re: russian food?

    Quote Originally Posted by PrincetonLion
    Quote Originally Posted by cooltothetouch
    What is common food in russia?
    Maybe vodka? :mgreen:
    that for sure. But it is going as a spice (sometimes without food, spice only).
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    Re: russian food?

    Quote Originally Posted by Pioner
    that for sure. But it is going as a spice (sometimes without food, spice only).
    " - А что Вы будете кушать?
    - Вот её, родную, и буду кушать!"
    То Лев, то Кот...

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    Solyanka, Stroganoff, gribniy sup, blini!!! BLINI!!! Can't believe nobody mentioned Blini!!
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    well, “borsch” you must cook by yourself, while “pelmeni” you can buy frozen in every supermarket and just boil it for 5 minutes. So if you are single guy this is your clear choice
    BTW imho BEER is much more common spice now...with dehydrated squid or bread... :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by ST
    well, “borsch” you must cook by yourself, while “pelmeni” you can buy frozen in every supermarket and just boil it for 5 minutes. So if you are single guy this is your clear choice
    BTW imho BEER is much more common spice now...with dehydrated squid or bread... :P
    right, пойду тараньку с бутылочкой раздавлю.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kalinka_vinnie
    Solyanka, Stroganoff, gribniy sup, blini!!! BLINI!!! Can't believe nobody mentioned Blini!!
    I did. Check between хлеб and хлеб.
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    Yet another meaningless question. Russia is a large and diverse country and everyone has his own food preferences (not to mention that there are many ethnic groups in Russia each with its own food traditions).
    In soviet days, diversity of food was limited by products which were available in stores (there was quite a limited set). Nowadays you can go to a nearby megastore and buy virtually anything you like.
    From the list above I only eat pelmeni (which are sold frozen) because it takes as much as 5 minutes to cook them.
    The tendency is that people begin to value their time and use more convenience foods.

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    Если будешь есть пельмени, будешь вечно жить как Ленин!

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    Quote Originally Posted by net surfer
    Если будешь есть пельмени, будешь вечно жить как Ленин!
    Если будешь трескать водку не пролезет попа в лодку.

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    so where are the recipes of those nice meals?

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    in the google
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    why not from first hand?

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    Quote Originally Posted by petite fleur
    why not from first hand?
    LOL, I think you won't find the one whose hand was first :)

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