The infographic is the definition of inanity.
1) No Russian considers shashlyk to be a Russian invented food. It doesn't even
have a Russian name. Tea was not invented in the UK, it is chai or cha. Russians call tea by its real name: chai.
2) Then we have the patent political BS of treating Belorussians as not-Russian. That is demented revisionist shit.
And these twats get it wrong, Poland has "deruni" as well so they likely have a more Ukrainian-Polish origin.
3) I have never eaten dolma in my family's cooking on the Russian side of the family. The name is not Russian and
it would be like eating at some restaurant Indian food. No fecking way Russians claim that dolma is indigenous.
(It does not even make sense for Russians to make such a claim since grapes vine related products are not
historical to Russia and are clearly southern foods coming from the Middle East and Mediterranean).
4) Nobody in Russia considers plov to an ethnic Russian food. Russians recognize that there are Caucasian
foods that they like. Western racists try to project onto Russians what they themselves are really like.
5) Chicken Kiev as a stolen food is
This dish is a French influenced one created in the Russian empire. It is not any sort of ancient food
like borsch. It is definitely not Ukrainian.
6) I have never heard of any Nalysnyky. This is another retarded example along the lines of Indian restaurants
selling Indian food in Canada must be Canadians stealing Indian cuisine. Russians love yeast leavened "crepes"
with which they make both sweet and non-sweet wrapped dishes. For example using soft cheese or ground
meat and vegetables. This sort of food is rather widespread in different forms. It likely has a layered origin
extending from Asia to Europe and influenced by later culinary trends. Trying to claim this food is stolen by
Russians is brain dead. I guess we should make sure to say that anyone eating potatoes, tomatoes, peppers
and other South and Central American vegetables stole them from the New World.