The Russians know a thing or two about Vodka. After all, they've been in the game for centuries. Russian Vodka is primarily a grain-based affair using corn, sorghum, rye and wheat, and leaves an impression.
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Vodka can be made pretty much of any ingredient that contains starch. Potatoes and grains are the most common ones, but you’ll also find Vodka made from beet, sugar beet, sorghum, grapes and many other sources of starch.
How many calories does Vodka have?
A 1.5-ounce serving of plain, 80-proof (40 %) Vodka contains 96 calories.
How many types of Vodka are there?
There are three types of Vodkas: plain, flavored and fruit Vodkas.
Russians take their Vodka drinking very seriously. A government researcher estimated that the average Russian consumes 180 bottles of Vodka a year—that's nearly a bottle every two days. Looks like you might have some catching up to do.
Voda, voda, everywhere. Yep, Vodka is taken from the Slavic word for water: "voda." Just don’t get the two confused post-workout.
You say "poh-tay-toe," I say "poh-tah-toe," but the truth is, most Vodka isn’t made from your favorite starchy veg. Modern Vodka is usually grain-based. But don’t worry keto freaks — it’s still 0 carbs.
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