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Polish equivalent of Parmesan cheese?


babytiger 2 | 1
28 Jan 2014 #1
Hello I'm pretty new to Poland, so I'm still in the process of figuring out what is what every time I go to the supermarket.

I've been trying to find Parmesan cheese for several weeks without success, and Google translate doesn't seem to work well on this subject.

So it there actually an equivalent of Parmesan cheese in Poland that's called something else? And where can I possibly get them?
Thanks!
InWroclaw 89 | 1,915
29 Jan 2014 #2
Am surprised it's not in Tesco or EPI. It's Parmezan in Polish I think. If not, it might be 'ser tarty' by Gratino, or actually try this one kalorynka.pl/opinie/Ser-wloski-typu-Parmezan-tarty-Galbani/6960.aspx

Good luck!
Michel
Monitor 14 | 1,820
29 Jan 2014 #3
It should be in Tesco:

ezakupy.tesco.pl/pl-PL/ProductDetail/ProductDetail/2003011928804
smurf 39 | 1,981
29 Jan 2014 #4
You can get Gran Padano in Lidl, it's a wee bit stronger though.
jon357 67 | 17,053
29 Jan 2014 #5
And where can I possibly get them?

A lot of places sell a cheese called Dziugas, from Lithuania. It's very similar and a lot cheaper. Carrefour certainly have it, as well as some better quality small shops. It's worth trying.
OP babytiger 2 | 1
29 Jan 2014 #6
Thanks! I will certainly take a look at Tesco again. Although the price seems a lot higher than expected >.< probably because imported from Italy I guess


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