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  • Eating Habits in Russia
  • !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Russian cuisine has made it famous throughout the world for its first courses. Russia is popular for growing and harvesting their own crops and is highly depend on the weather conditions due to short growing season. Bread has always been the central role in the Russian diet. Russians like dark, heavy rye bread.
  • BREAKFAST ZAVTRAK - breakfast is usually a quick meal in the working week. Parents are likely to have an open sandwich with cheese, ham or salami with a cup of tea. The children tend to eat a cooked meal that consists of a boiled egg, omlette or kasha. There is a strong work ethic in Russia and many people believe that, to work hard, one must eat well otherwise he/she will be very tired.
  • LUNCH OBED - lunch is the main meal of the day and is eaten between 1pm and 3pm. It starts with a small starter. It is followed by soup. The favourite soups are cabbage soup, Shchi, and Borshch. After soup the main course follows. You can move to meat or fish with a lot of vegetables for main course. Fish and sausages are very popular. The main course is served with potatoes, pasta, cereal, salt cucumbers, and are always served with bread.
  • DINNER The last meal of the day, dinner, is traditionally a much smaller meal than lunch and is often only a simple plate of bread, meats and vegetables. It is eaten with the family around the table and news is exchanged. Tea or milk follows.
  • To finish, pass to the dessert and fruits. Lunch is finished with either coffee, tea, kompot or kisel.
  • TRADITIONAL DISHES and DRINKS ● Borshch ● Kholodets ● Pirozhki ● Kotlety ● Blini ● Syrniki ● Shashlyk ● Kvass ● Pelmeni ● Kisel ● ● ● ● Shchi Solyanka Ukha Rassolnik
  • EATING HABITS ● ● Meals in Russia are traditionally cooked from fresh food, people grow or still easily buy at local markets and cook regularly at home Russians are used to eating 3 times a day. ● One of the traditions is after-dinner tea ceremony. However tea in Russia was introduced in 1638, it became very popular.
  • MANNERS ● ● The oldest or most honoured guest is served first. Do not begin eating until the host/hostess invites you to start. ● Do not rest your elbows on the table. ● It is polite to use bread to soak up gravy or sauce. ● Men pour drinks for women seated next to them. ● Leaving a little food on your plate is not polite. ● ● It is not polite to look into another persons plate or saucer. Remember to say “Thanks“.
  • INTERESTING FACTS ● ● Many Russian meals with not originally Russian names appeared in Russian cuisine due to the French influence.
  • Thank you for attention!