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Nadia:: burek, bulgarian cheese and paris

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Submitted by Anon (Israel), Mar 18, 2017 at 13:27

Oh, how I wonder what they talk about when they offer a coffee or a similarly expensive treat.
I will look out for that Bulgarian restaurant next time I'm in the area. Googling banitsa, it does look like Burek, which I saw in Croatia and in Serbia.
One can't get real bulgarian cheese in Israel, only Israeli cheese called "Bulgarian". There are very few imported cheeses in the supermarkets here. Feta cheese, here, is also usually made in Israel. There's a cheese called "Dutch cheese", which is also Israeli. If you're here and want actual Dutch cheese, ask for Edam or Gouda but not for "Dutch cheese" :)

I would argue the EU would love to change its name and begin accepting non European countries but it will likely collapse before it has the chance to do so.

You could start a series of Dispatches from France, written here, in English and not under your real name. I think it would be very interesting indeed.

Very best wishes.

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