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Borscht can vary, depending on who makes it, and cumin isn’t only for Mexican food

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Posted: Friday, June 15, 2012 7:37 am

Dear Barbara: I went to a Russian restaurant in the city last night. We ordered borscht as a starter. I was completely shocked that it was served hot and on the sweet side! I’ve always had it served cold with a dollop of sour cream on top.

Also the dumplings were stuffed with ground lamb, onions and a bit of cumin. Did cumin originate in Russia? — Kerri from Lockeford

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