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The Ethnology Notebooks. 2017, 6 (138), 1388—1393

UDK 392.81 (477) “18/19”

DOI https://doi.org/10.15407/nz2017.06.1388

Received 17.10.2017

TRADITIONS FOOD CULTURE INHABITANTS OF DNIEPER UKRAINE LATE XIX — EARLY XX CENTURY, MENU PREPARATION TECHNOLOGY, CLAY «DEVICE»

Shcherban Olena Vasylivna, Ph.D in History, senior lecturer

at the Kharkiv State Academy of Culture

Bursatskyi uzviz, 4, Kharkiv, 61057, Ukraine,

Contacts: Tel (066) 1845061; e-mail: rector@ic.ac.kharkov.ua

Abstract. About the features of the traditional food culture of residents Dnieper. The attention is focused on the daily menu peasants of average prosperity in weekdays, holidays and weekdays and meatless Lenten celebration. The conclusions are made that formed over more than one millennium diet consisted of natural products was quite nutritious,

but also not led to massive obesity.

 Keywords: pottery, culture, food, furnace of cooking, above the Dnieper

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