For many years, white barszcz (borscht) was a Polish Easter tradition in Monica’s family. Her grandpa wrote out the recipe years ago. I tried it once or twice, but no amount of salt could help vinegar soaked white bread in my book… This hasn’t been made in a few years, but it’s still talked about at every Easter meal.
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