Eating without beetroot

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Krakow, Poland

Eating without beetroot Krakow Reviews

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My favourite foods Jul 08, 2013
If you want to try Polish food, hatred of beetroot would limit your choice – as it did mine. Some of the stews are marvellous but I fell in particular for two things. One was zurek, described as sour soup, which includes various bits of bread, potato and/or meat in a basic soup made with rye flour. At some of the outdoor eating places around the Market Square this can be obtained really cheaply in mugs as a starter. The other was Pierrogi or dumplings. These can be Vegan, vegetarian or for carnivores and are delicious. However if you go to the place between St Mary's and St Barbara's and try the georgian variety, do take notice of the warning in the menu that the pointed bit is not good to eat – the remainder being great.
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Kathrin_E says:
Luckily I like beetroot;-)
Posted on: Nov 01, 2017
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