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Russians Grow, Share Food as Economy Struggles

Russia's struggling economy has plunged millions of people into poverty as the Russian currency lost value and inflation soared. As prices have gone up, more Russians are relying on gardening to supply their food. During Soviet food shortages, gardening at traditional Russian country homes — known as dachas — was a matter of survival. But with Russia's shrinking economy, even some modern families in Moscow are relying on vegetables from the garden. "Our grandma has a...

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