* Pickled everything. Russians eat salted cucumbers, tomatoes, mushrooms, onions, and watermelons. You can even find salted watermelon at the Moscow market and try it. True or false?

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* Put some slices of meat into fat broth, leave in the fridge for 8 hours, and you have meat jelly. Would a Russian dare to eat that?

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* Russians consume blini (thin pancakes) with red caviar and sour cream. It’s the same as drinking milk with fish.

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* Yes, it’s a piece of amber. Looks tasty. Are there any Russians that know how to turn it into food?

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* Russians drink birch tree juice. They find a tree, make a notch, collect the juice in a bag, and then drink it. Or it is used instead to make wallpaper glue?

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* Why are there so many dogs in northern Russia? Because not only Koreans eat dogs, Russians do too. Or do they?

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* And how about horses? It is a fact that mare’s milk is used for a drink called kumis in some regions of Russia, like Kalmykia and Bashkiria. But are they squeamish about eating horse meat?

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* Liverwurst. All the innards of an animal are mixed to produce a sausage. It consists of liver, kidneys, heart, lungs, diaphragm, and tracheas. Edible or not?

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* Starting in November, open meat markets in northern Russia do not need fridges. You buy completely frozen meat or fish and slice it into small pieces without cooking. A traditional northern dish or a trip to the hospital?

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