MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
Russian sweets began to appear in Japanese stores, which quickly found their consumers. Yahoo News Japan journalist Yuki Tokunagatoldabout two desserts from Russia, which he especially loved.
The author noted that more and more Russian sweets began to appear in Japan, but Alenka chocolate attracts special attention. Tokunaga met him when he was studying in Russia, and now sees him on the shelves in Japan. This chocolate is inexpensive and comes in a variety of options such as raisins or caramel.
“As a student, in Russia I always bought and distributed Alenka, my classmates called me an eccentric, which offended me. But even now, when I go to Russia, I always buy this chocolate,” the journalist added.
He also advised compatriots to take a closer look at glazed curds. In Japan, they are sold with the inscription “Russian premium cheese” on the wrapper.
“I thought the name was appropriate. I ate curd cakes every day, and the taste and texture really resemble a gourmet dessert,” writes Tokunaga.
He noted that this dessert appeared in the 50s, but even now it does not lose its popularity – any Russian grocery store can find different types of glazed curds.
A source: Russian newspaper
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