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Today I have three official Postcrossing cards, two from Belarus and one from Ukraine, showing some cuisine from those countries.

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This first card comes from Belarus and shows many different dairy products, like cheese and cream, as well as some eggs. It was sent by a woman named Lera, who writes that she has been cooking a lot recently and trying out new recipes.

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This next card is also from Belarus and shows a cold soup type dish, which I think is made with cucumbers and yoghurt. Google Translate was not helpful with the writing on the back of the card, my best guess is that it is called a ‘holodnichka.’

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Finally, this sausage is from Ukraine. The sender writes that it is cooked in a special oven at high heat, and served with rye bread, garlic, and onion.

Here are the stamps from the cards, in reverse order of how the cards were presented.

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The dairy card from Belarus came with its own decorative envelope.

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