pickled grass could easily become a delicacy....lol
no kidding, they are proboably at it as we speak:)
There's also sour cherry, blueberry, rhubarb, raspberry, mixed berry.any others that I missed? ....Miranda?
sure, plum kompot, if we are speaking about kompot.
Has anyone ever had strawberry or blueberry, or both together, in kompot form, with some kluski (noodles) as a soup? mmmm, I had a grandma from southern region of Poland who made the best strawberry soup.. i don't know if this is just regionally though?
you are talking about fruit soup usually served in the summer and I think people serve it all over Poland. That reminds me of pierogi with blueberries and sour cream and sugar. Mnima, mniam.
Sour Miranda, nah, she's just bitter cuz she doesn't speak Scottish, LOL.They don't use apples for kompot, right?
I maybe bitter but never sour - I am pretty sweet most of the times;)
There is an apple kompot for sure.
Osiol, this thread should be extended to Fruit use in Poland. Jam is just to damn limiting:). What about fruit wines widely made in Poland???