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Borscht (Ukrainian: борщ, Polish: barszcz, Lithuanian: barščiai, Romanian: borș) is a type of sour red beet soup eaten in Eastern European countries, such as Russia, Romania, Poland, Belarus, Lithuania and Ukraine. It contains red beets, sausage, onion and cabbage. Borscht soup is usually eaten with a piece of black bread. It is also eaten in central Asian countries like Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan.