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Another difficulty was that the bryndza soft sheep's milk cheese, which has a central role, pretty much can't be obtained anywhere outside the region, as it's made from unpasteurised milk.
Their name for cheese, bryndza, has come to be associated with the famous sheep's milk or shepherd's cheeses throughout the mountains.
Can not buy it in California and the same with bryndza...
Pirohy, dumplings with pockets, are best served with the creamy bryndza, a sheep's cheese.
Other dishes you will see everywhere include the national Slovak dish, bryndzove halusky, a gnocchi-like potato pasta covered with bryndza, a traditional strong, creamy sheep's cheese and bacon bits.
My testers and I checked almost every cheese source for immeruli, suluguni, and bryndza, to no avail.
Try halušky-tiny dumplings with a comforting chew, tossed with chives, bacon, and bryndza (tangy sheep's-milk cheese).
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