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Koskenkorvan kivennäisvesi133 viewsSisältää 38% sallittuja lisäaineita.LexaMar 25, 2016
Finnish Mentality131 viewsA very well known finnish saying that we all learn at an early age. "Se mikä ei tapa, vahvistaa". In english: "What does not kill you, makes you stronger." A humouristic variant of this, still meaning the same, goes like "Mikä ei tapa, sattuu saatanasti". In english: "What does not kill you, will hurt like hell".LexaMar 25, 2016
Finnish 101404 viewsKuusi palaa. A very popular example of how sometimes simple finnish phrases can have many different meanings, depending on context.LexaMar 25, 2016
Salmiakki123 viewsAnother popular Finnish taste. Kind of a salty liquorice. The flavor comes from ammonium chloride, which is the product from the reaction of hydrochloric acid and ammonia.LexaMar 25, 2016
Finnish 101792 viewsHave we mentioned finnish is a very versatile and powerful language if you know how to use it? Heres a real life example.LexaMar 25, 2016
Finns drink a lot of milk237 viewsWe rank high among other countries like Ireland and Estonia in our milk consumption. Valio is perhaps the best known producer of milk products in Finland.LexaMar 25, 2016
Another suspicious looking Finnish delicacy132 viewsMustamakkara (lit. black sausage) is a blood sausage, traditionally eaten with lingonberry jam. This odd looking food is especially popular in Tampere. LexaMar 25, 2016
Throughout Finland mämmi is synonymous with Easter.134 viewsThis traditional Easter treat really divides the nation, you either love it or hate it. There is no in between. It looks like shit, it smells strange, and it's only really sold during Easter. Mämmi is truly an acquired taste.LexaMar 25, 2016
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