Definitions

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  • noun A type of sour rye soup, originating from Poland

Etymologies

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Polish żurek

Examples

  • The classic soup, zurek, is made of rye flour left to ferment in water for a few days.

    Poland at a glance

  • My wife D, finally lost patience did I ever mention D is VERY patient and took some of the liquid to make zurek, another sour soup of Polish origin.

    At My Table

  • I must do a recipe for zurek, it's a really nice soup.

    At My Table

  • My wife D, finally lost patience did I ever mention D is VERY patient and took some of the liquid to make zurek, another sour soup of Polish origin.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • In fact the traditional soup is zurek (thanks aniawl - where did you get the z with the dot? lol) Zurek is called Sour Rye Soup in english.

    The Kitchn

  • In fact the traditional soup is zurek (thanks aniawl - where did you get the z with the dot? lol) Zurek is called Sour Rye Soup in english.

    The Kitchn

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