It looks like winter came back to Ireland, so I can continue with my listing of Fermented Food Winter Dishes. Yes, there are loads of them, and they are warming, comforting and delicious. Continue reading Fermented Winter Dishes – Part 2
Tag: Polish cuisine
Fermented Winter Dishes
What we have at the moment in Ireland is the first breath of Spring, but in Poland the end of January is pretty much the middle of Winter. Nobody is fooled by a few warmer days because February and March are usually very cold months. Continue reading Fermented Winter Dishes
Żurek – Fermented Rye Flour Soup.
Żurek, also called Żur, is a traditional Slavic soup made of fermented rye flour. There is a similar one called Barszcz Biały and it has never been fully clarified what makes it different from Żurek. Continue reading Żurek – Fermented Rye Flour Soup.