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Breakfast at the café in Chernivtsi
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Field of wheat
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Odesa Privoz market
photo: Stas Buryak
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Ukrainian street food with chicken
photo: Stas Buryak
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Molecular borscht by Iurii Kovryzhenko
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Ukrainian varenyky with berries
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Ukrainian varenyky with potatoes and onion
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Traditional Ukrainian borscht
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Ukrainian varenyky in red
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Field of the green wheat near Kitsman, Chernivtsi region
photo: Max Kozmenko
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Rows of grape in Zamostia village, Bukovyna
photo: Max Kozmenko
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Kobiete is the most popular Crimean Tatar dish. It is a meat pie usually cooked for weddings or New Year celebrations
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Poppy-seed pie. In the Ukrainian cuisine there are various dishes staffed with poppy-seeds like baked rolls, pancakes, and pies flavoured with raisins, honey, and nuts
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Kutya is a grain dish with poppy-seeds traditionally served for Christmas in Ukraine. Due to the region, it’s flavoured with dried fruits, honey, nuts
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Honeycomb is wax cells built by bees filled with honey. It can be chewed like bubble gum
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Borscht is a beetroot soup that has over 70 recipes. Usually served with garlic fritters called pampushky. It is included on the list of the Ukrainian intangible heritage
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Christmas gingerbread cookies on white plate on rustic wooden table with lights in evening
photo: Sonyachny
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Traditional Christmas table in Ukraine, twelve meatless dishes
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Stylish Easter basket with food
photo: Sonyachny
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Lard with spices and herbs on a old wooden table
photo: igorr1
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