curds

Belica 1

51 (a) edèm česnòf.lùk i skačkìva izvàra ìmaše i ednà pèsen
We eat garlic and old curds [like in] this song –

Belica 3

29 (a) še kladèš ogɤ̀n'a še go svàriš pa na izvàra
and you’ll lay the fire, and you’ll boil it down to curds.

Kralevo 2

50 (a) nəràsəš sɨ̀rencetu ili pək òdvərətə nə na ud gàt
you sprinkle onto it cheese or curds,

51 (a) d’èt tvà ìməme də kàž’em kràvə
from what we have, let’s say, [from] a cow

Oborište 1

161 (a) e tò e suruvàtka varì sa pa na izvàra
Oh, that’s whey. You boil it until it becomes curds.

Skrŭt 3

29 (f) càla pòs na petròvden’ k’i sprɤ̀žim ùrda nèšto štu ìma togàj
The entire fast. For St. Peter’s day, we’ll fry curds or whatever there is, and then

Srebŭrna 2

35 (c) a pək mi sə edè ml’àku i sìr’ənci i udvàrə təkòs stàwə
but I like to eat milk. You can make from it white cheese, curds, you know –

Šumnatica 3

76 (b) ot ml’àko pràime ə
We make [something] from milk, and – and –

77 (VZh) kažì kvo pràiš ot nègo
Tell [us] what you make from it.

78 (b) uləšìk pràime pijnìr pràime
We make curds, we make cheese –

81 (VZh) uləšìkə kak se prài
How do you make curds?

82 (b) uləšìkə še izbɤ̀rkəš ml’àkutu še gu sìpeš fəf hàrkmətə
[Well, for] curds, you churn up the milk and pour it into a cauldron,

83 (b) še gu svarìš še gu svarìš i togàvə gà se svərì
and you boil and it and boil it, and then when it’s done

84 (b) šə gu iscədìš vəf ədìn pekùl’ čìstu
you strain it into a bag, a clean …

86 (b) pekùl’če i še gu istɤ̀rsiš vəf təvàtə i gà se iscedì
… bag, and you shake it down into a pan, and when it’s all strained,

87 (b) še gu idèš [laughter]
you eat it. [laughter]

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Recommended Model for Citations

Bulgarian Dialectology as Living Tradition [2016] (http://www.bulgariandialectology.org, visited on 1 March 2016)
Babjak 1: 13-15. In: Bulgarian Dialectology as Living Tradition [2016] (http://www.bulgariandialectology.org, visited on 1 March 2016)

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