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Where in Bydgoszcz can I buy Whey Protein, Smietana, dried meats etc?


abzy101 2 | 4    
20 Feb 2014  #1
Hi guys!

I've been in Bydgoszcz for about a month now, and have managed to find most things that I cook with, but still not sure about a few things!

Whey protein - Is there somewhere online I can order, because the sports shop and my gym are charging whey too much (sorry, I had to) ;)

Smietana/Smietanka and their percentages - Which should I get for making desserts and turning into whipped cream?

Mint Sauce (Colman's) - I used to make 'raita' which requires a little mint sauce, but so far I haven't been able to find this anywhere! :(

Beef Jerky? Dried meats, which aren't Pork (looking for low fat, high protein)

I understand that sometimes you just won't find these things, so be it, if that's the case but so far I've checked Lidl, Alma, Biedronka and Tesco Express, I have yet to check Carrefour and the 'big Tesco' (will be doing this weekend).

Thank you in advance for the help!
gumishu 11 | 4,902    
20 Feb 2014  #2
Smietana/Smietanka and their percentages - Which should I get for making desserts and turning into whipped cream?

you need to buy 30 per cent one for whipped cream - all the other stuff like 12 and 18 per cent is sour in Poland - the 30 per cent cream (aka śmietanka) won't turn sour
Morad83 1 | 19    
20 Feb 2014  #3
Whipped cream is Smietana 30 %, Whey protein shop around online on allegro etc. Mint sauce will be a difficult one once a year Lidl has a British week then they sell it. Beef jerkey can be found in Alma supermarket I think. Hope that helps :)
OP abzy101 2 | 4    
20 Feb 2014  #4
That's awesome, thank you very much guys!

Also, just remembered two more, Baking powder and self-raising flour, what's the name for these in Polish?

Thanks again!
pam    
20 Feb 2014  #5
Baking powder and self-raising flour, what's the name for these in Polish?

Baking powder is Proszek do Pieczenia.
Unfortunately you can't buy self raising flour in Poland.
Poles use Baking Powder and/or Bicarbonate of Soda instead.
Raul duke    
21 Feb 2014  #6
Amazon UK deliver self raising flour and mint sauce spend 25 quid and 3day delivery is free
GTO 3 | 22    
24 Feb 2014  #7
Hello!

The beef jerky in Poland is pretty expensive (jack links in Alma)
But i bought a fruit/meat dryer in allegro, and made fantastic beef jerky. the dryer only costed me like 100zl
Woda711 - | 1    
5 May 2014  #8
Hi Abzyl101
Proteins for athletes can be bought at a store for athletes "Maximus" is on the street Pod Blankami No. 25
In addition, I will give send the szczepanski.net.pl


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