The traditional cuisine of Estonia uses meat and potatoes varieties. Many types of food are close to Russian. Such as hapukoor (smetana a sour 20%-fat milk dressing) and kartulisalat (potato salad). At Christmas Estonians eat blood sausage (verivorst), sauerkraut (hapukapsas) and jellied meat (sült). Kohuke is great Estonian snack. It is a milk-curd sweet covered with chocolate.
The most typical foods in Estonia are black bread, pork, and potatoes. Estonians are proud of their beer (Saku, A Le Coq, Saaremaa) and vodka (Viru Valge). A local drink kali is made from fermented brown bread.
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