Q. Ukrainian Borsch, which is seen in news, is related to which of the following?

[A] A nuclear plant on the verge of collapse

[B] New Capital of Ukraine

[C] .A sour soup of Ukraine

[D] A River in Ukraine

Answer: C

UNESCO inscribed the Culture of Ukrainian borscht cooking on the List of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Need of Urgent Safeguarding in July 2022.

Borscht is a sour soup common in Eastern Europe and the word is associated with the soup’s variant of Ukrainian origin.

Ukrainian borscht is cooked with broth combined with beetroot, sugar beet or fermented beet juice.

Ukrainian borscht unites people of all ages, genders and backgrounds at the table. It is also used in ritual practices such as in the region of Podillia, where the third day of the wedding has maintained its ritual name do nevistky – na borshch meaning ‘visit daughter-in-law to eat borscht’.

Source: Ukrainian Borsch: In war-torn Ukraine, Unesco fights to protect a beetroot soup