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Salads For The Lazy People

New Year table is always full of salads. Russian salad (“Olivier”) is the main dish of the holiday, but it takes a lot of time to prepare and chop all ingredients. In Dnipro, Ukraine, shops began to sell cans with preliminarily chopped ingredients of popular salads. Genius!

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