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33 Russian Food Recipes and Famous Russia Cuisines

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Soups, porridges, along with baked goods, which remain popular to date are what most traditional Russian food recipes consisted of. Russia cuisine also consisted of lots of berries, grains, flour, vegetables and fish. āœ… GET THE COMPLETE RUSSIAN FOOD RECIPES HERE : https://ourbigescape.com/33-russian-food-recipes-famous-russia-cuisines/ šŸ”“ Subscribe to Our Big Escape Channel for more videos just like this: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCui8qQuvNXnj5ssL5Y9nDuA?sub_confirmation=1 THE HISTORY OF RUSSIAN FOOD Traditional Russian food reflects the country's geographic diversity, religious beliefs, and traditional way of life. These products were common in houses. During the holidays, meat dishes were very common, and they represented true culinary masterpieces. During holidays, some of the common dishes were ducks with apples, fried swans or whole roasted pigs (these were common among rich individuals). Before coming from Christianity into the country, Russian cuisines changed significantly adding new dishes and ingredients from other countries. Due to the cold weather, preserved Russian foods were a major part of traditional Russia cuisines. This was vital since some areas would experience cold weather for nine months in a year. This forced the people to preserve as much food as they could. The Russia cuisines relied on different types of food preservation, including smoking, salting, fermentation and soaking. They used fermented and soaked cabbages to make shchi or used as pierogies fillings. On the other hand, soaked apples were used as side dishes or served to guests. In several dishes, pickled cucumber was often used as the primary ingredients, including traditional Russian soups. Dried and salted fish and meat were consumed after fasting. Upon the arrival of Christianity, Russian food became divided into two; non-fasting and fasting meals. For almost seven months, the Russians were devoted to fasting, whereby they limit meat consumption. During this period, they feasted on an array of soups, porridges and some top-notch baked goods, allowing them to have plenty of food to eat even during the fasting periods. ~~~ Social Media ~~~ šŸ‘„ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/World-Recipes/ šŸ‘„ Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/213884180293551 šŸ¦ Twitter: https://twitter.com/aroadtotravel P Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ourbigescape
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