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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.

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  • Their name for cheese, bryndza, has come to be associated with the famous sheep's milk or shepherd's cheeses throughout the mountains.

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  • Can not buy it in California and the same with bryndza...

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  • Pirohy, dumplings with pockets, are best served with the creamy bryndza, a sheep's cheese.

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  • 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.

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  • My testers and I checked almost every cheese source for immeruli, suluguni, and bryndza, to no avail.

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  • Try halušky-tiny dumplings with a comforting chew, tossed with chives, bacon, and bryndza (tangy sheep's-milk cheese).

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  • A soft sheep's milk cheese made in Slovakia.

    June 13, 2010