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Russian Fast Food:

Pirozhki are pastries filled with various combinations of meat, cabbage, mushrooms, potato, and occasionally some other ingredients. It is one of the most traditional foods in Russia. They are often sold on the street by vendors like this one. Other traditional Russian food is borsch. Borsch is a vegetable soup made with chopped beets, onions, tomatoes, and shredded cabbage. It is served with pieces of meat and sour cream. It can be followed with sweet bleeny (thin pancakes with jam, honey, or sour cream.)

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