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30 Pictures That Will Make You Want to Visit Finland

30 Pictures That Will Make You Want to Visit Finland

'F' is for Finland with this next alphabetical countries worksheet from KidsPressMagazine! #geography #EuropeanCountries #Finland

Finland Culture Map

'F' is for Finland with this next alphabetical countries worksheet from KidsPressMagazine! #geography #EuropeanCountries #Finland

Finland and its provinces - tell something unique about each area of Finland

Finland and its provinces - tell something unique about each area of Finland

Colorige Laponie, page 34 sur 43 sur HugoLescargot.com (Lapland region: northern Finland)

Colorige Laponie, page 34 sur 43 sur HugoLescargot.com (Lapland region: northern Finland)

Karelian stew (Finnish food)

Karelian stew (Finnish food)

Kaalikääryleet (cabbage rolls). | 42 Traditional Finnish Foods That You Desperately Need In Your Life

Kaalikääryleet (cabbage rolls). | 42 Traditional Finnish Foods That You Desperately Need In Your Life

Finlande 1 |Pénélope Bagieu

Finlande 1 |Pénélope Bagieu

Leipäjuusto (bread cheese). | 42 Traditional Finnish Foods That You Desperately Need In Your Life

Leipäjuusto (bread cheese). | 42 Traditional Finnish Foods That You Desperately Need In Your Life

Korvasienimuhennos (mushroom stew) - Finnish food

Korvasienimuhennos (mushroom stew) - Finnish food

This cheese is a specialty of Finland & Lapland. It is a round cheese made from cow's or reindeer's milk. The curds are drained and pressed into a flat, wooden platter with a rim. Then placed in front of the fire until the outer layer is "toasted". The cheese looks like bread,thus the name "cheese bread". Finnish mothers used to offer a slice of juustoleipa and a cup of coffee to their daughters’ suitors: if a man liked the cheese, he married the girl.)

This cheese is a specialty of Finland & Lapland. It is a round cheese made from cow's or reindeer's milk. The curds are drained and pressed into a flat, wooden platter with a rim. Then placed in front of the fire until the outer layer is "toasted". The cheese looks like bread,thus the name "cheese bread". Finnish mothers used to offer a slice of juustoleipa and a cup of coffee to their daughters’ suitors: if a man liked the cheese, he married the girl.)


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