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Russian Zakuski - Appetizers
Zakuski are Russian appetizers. The word zakuska is derived from the verb zakusit, meaning to nibble, eat, bite. Zakuski are the equivalent to the French version of hors d'oeuvre, Spanish tapas, or Italian antipasti -- apertivos. Zakuski run the gamut from expensive to simple.


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