rennet

Belica 3

7 (a) sìrište sɤm si kupìla od magazìna
I bought the rennet from the store.

8 (MM) à e pò ràno ìmaše li magazìni
And were there stores before?

9 (a) e pa imàlo e sèkoga štòm ìma stòka imàlo e
Oh, there always have been! Wherever there are animals, there was

10 (a) i sìrište imàlo e i magazìni imàlo e ìdem
both rennet and stores. Yes, there were. And we go –

14 (a) sìrište si ìma akò e dèset kilà mlèko šte tùriš dvè kàpki
You’ve got rennet. If it’s ten kilos of milk, you’ll put in two drops

15 (a) sìrište šte go zavìež da e tòplo da ne stìne
of rennet, you’ll wrap it up so it stays warm, so it doesn’t get cold.

Oborište 1

137 (a) i se tùri sìrištè i potsìri sa i
and you add rennet, and it ferments, and –

138 (MM) otkɤdè sìrište
Where do you get the rennet from?

139 (a) mi kupùvaxmè pa n’àkoga i pràvea ut ə ègnetḁtḁ
Well, we used to buy it. At one point they would make it from lambs –

140 (a) kato zakòlet ègneta ìmaše sìrište i sčùkaa gò
when they slaughter lambs there was rennet. They would pound it

141 (a) i tùrnat sòl razbɤ̀rkad go i go vɤf šišèto sa sìpe
and add salt, then stir it and you pour it into a bottle

142 (a) sɤs vòda se napràvi i se od nègo se sìreše
and make it with water and – That’s what you made cheese from.

143 (a) n’àkoga d’àdo mòj sìreše sè sɤs ə takòvo sìrište
At one time my grandfather made cheese only with this sort of rennet.

144 (MM) əmhəm takà i kato go
Right, right. And when –

145 (a) a pòsle evropèjsko zèa da ìmaše
And then [people] started doing it the European way, and there was –

146 (MM) čàkaj čàkaj ne smè svɤ̀ršili po tovà sɤs sìrišteto
Wait, wait – we haven’t finished [talking] about this [kind of] rennet.

149 (a) vɤvᵊ mlekòto bè
In the milk, of course!

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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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