Thread: 🤔We have prepared the most mouth watering article for you about… culinary deceptions: https://t.co/eBk41YeZZK
😳Or rather, top 8 dishes culturally appropriated by Russia, because food can be instrument of hybrid warfare as well. pic.twitter.com/EHiLcbrKia
— Hybrid Warfare Analytical Group (@hwag_ucmc) December 1, 2020
Your tax dollars (as an American), hard at work supporting yet another grifter NGO:
Just a few factual problems:
- The idea of putting beetroots into soups is hardly some great accomplishment. It is a “Ukrainian” dish only to the extent that they chose to emphasize that part of East Slavic cuisine.
- There are approximately zero Russians “claiming” plov or dolma as Russian.
- Chicken Kiev was formally invented in a Saint-Petersburg restaurant and has zilch to do with Ukraine. Its antecedents are Pozharsky cutlets, which are associated with Tver, Russia.
Noooooo! We were the first people to come up with the idea of putting beetroots into soup! Slava Ukraini!
Oh yes, I do love Russian borscht, I will eat it with Russian salo, and then I will eat a Russian Chicken Kiev.