Charlotte Fulcher

Charlotte Fulcher

Charlotte Fulcher
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**Apples** Another fruit that you can find in the Ukraine are apples. They are easily accessible and one serving is one apple.

an apple a day

Ukrainian music is considered one of the most influential high-quality music in the world and its content covers diverse and multiple component elements of the music that is found in Western and Eastern musical civilization. It also has a very strong indigenous Slavic and Christian uniqueness whose elements were used among many neighboring nations.

Ukrainian music is considered one of the most influential high-quality music in the world and its content covers diverse and multiple component elements of the music that is found in Western and Eastern musical civilization. It also has a very strong indigenous Slavic and Christian uniqueness whose elements were used among many neighboring nations.

**Origin** Human settlement in Ukraine and its vicinity dates back to 32,000 BCE, with evidence of the Gravettian culture in the Crimean Mountains.[25][28] By 4,500 BCE, the Neolithic Cucuteni-Trypillian Culture flourished in a wide area that included parts of modern Ukraine including Trypillia and the entire Dnieper-Dniester region. During the Iron Age, the land was inhabited by Cimmerians, Scythians, and Sarmatians. Between 700 BC and 200 BC it was part of the Scythian Kingdom, or Scythia.

Monument to an angel on a cemetery. Since its creation in 1787 Lychakiv Cemetery Lvov, Ukraine

**Kutia Cont. 2** Traditionally it was made of wheatberries, poppy seeds, honey (or sugar), various nuts and sometimes raisins. In many recipes milk or cream is also used. In some Slavic countries, rice is the main ingredient.

Traditionally it was made of wheatberries, poppy seeds, honey (or sugar), various nuts and sometimes raisins. In many recipes milk or cream is also used. In some Slavic countries, rice is the main ingredient.

**Kutia Cont.**  It is rarely served at other times of the year. It was part of a common Eastern Orthodox tradition in the Russian Empire, which had waned in popularity as a result of the official atheism of the former Soviet Union, but has had a subsequent resurgence in Ukraine, Belarus and other former Soviet Republics.  Radonitsa is one such holiday during which it is served. To this day kutia is served at funerals across Russia as a dish of remembrance.

Traditional Polish Christmas poppy seed dessert 'makowki' with almonds and dried kumquats on decorated table

**Kutia** Kutia is a sweet grain pudding, traditionally served in Russia, Ukraine, Belarus and some parts of Poland. Kutia is often the first dish in the traditional twelve-dish Christmas Eve supper (also known as Svyatah Vecherya).

**Kutia** Kutia is a sweet grain pudding, traditionally served in Russia, Ukraine, Belarus and some parts of Poland. Kutia is often the first dish in the traditional twelve-dish Christmas Eve supper (also known as Svyatah Vecherya).

**Nalysnyky**  These slim pancakes are a Ukrainian spin on French crepes. They taste great, and consist of mainly of eggs, whole milk, flour, and water.

**Nalysnyky** These slim pancakes are a Ukrainian spin on French crepes. They taste great, and consist of mainly of eggs, whole milk, flour, and water.

I learned about Ukrainian Pampuska. I will consider incorporating this dish into my diet now because it it easy to make and is very versatile, meaning you can eat it with lots of things. Also because it would be fun to make this with my sister, because it is something simple we can do together.

I learned about Ukrainian Pampuska. I will consider incorporating this dish into my diet now because it it easy to make and is very versatile, meaning you can eat it with lots of things. Also because it would be fun to make this with my sister, because it is something simple we can do together.

Another food that I learned about was Ukrainian Easter Paska. I would consider this food because it looks so appealing, as well as fun to make because you can incorporate your on design into it on the top, which is something I always like to do. I will definitley incorporate this dish into my diet because the reviews I have looked at say that it tastes great, also because I want to bring this tradition back into my family.

Another food that I learned about was Ukrainian Easter Paska. I would consider this food because it looks so appealing, as well as fun to make because you can incorporate your on design into it on the top, which is something I always like to do. I will definitley incorporate this dish into my diet because the reviews I have looked at say that it tastes great, also because I want to bring this tradition back into my family.