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Little pies, made with a yeasty dough, (and resembling pasties), served in Russia, as an accompaniment to vodka, as a snack or as an accompaniment to soup during the early part of a meal. They can be stuffed with fish, meat or jam. Very small versions are called Pirogi. See also "Rasstegai"

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