Zaedkami refer to the Russian desserts that means "after-eaters" since they were served after the principal meal. Among the traditional Russian Zaedkami, desserts or sweet dishes are: Kissel, Compote, Levashen (fruit pastila), sweet Pirohi, baked apples and pears, fruit made into salads and berry preserves.

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