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(Korean)

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Korean people like to flavor of food. They use to serve their food of smell, look, colour, vitamin.They have many amazing dishes you should try.

(-Middle Eastern-)

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In the Arab world, certain dishes remain exclusive to Ramadan. We hardly see, smell or taste them outside the holy month. For those who are not familiar with “Ramadan only” specialties, we give you this tantalizing list of some of the most popular iftar dishes from 10 different Arab countries.

(Spanish)

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Spain is famous for many things – flamenco, football, and the long, lazy sunny days, to name just a few. It’s the birthplace of Picasso and siesta, and prides itself with gorgeous beaches, stylish islands, and some of the most striking architecture to be found anywhere in Europe. Its warm, friendly locals have incredibly long names, and their …

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It’s all about extremely fat and therefore enormously tasty foods. Various pastries, soups, meat dishes and unexpected mixture of tastes – you may find all these in Ukrainian cuisine. The famous Russian beetroot soup, borsch, actually comes from Ukrainian cuisine. Ukrainian borsch is a little bit different than the Russian one, but you will hardly notice. Anyways – …

(Indian)

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India is a diverse nation with several cultures, that are intertwined yet independent. Each state has its own way of life, and there is no better way of learning it than by knowing its delicacies. We celebrate our festivals or even smaller joys of life with panache, making sure that each and every thing is done perfectly- especially …

(Swedish)

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The highlight of Swedish cuisine is arguably the pastries and desserts. With so much variety, those with a sweet tooth will be in for plenty of treats when they visit Sweden. Here are some Swedish sweets to try when in Sweden!

(Moroccan)

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Eid Al Adha is a very holy festival throughout the Muslim country. On this day animals like cow, goat, sheep, camel, and other halal animals are slaughtered. Different dishes are made at home with fresh meat. Again many desserts are also made.