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Table Salt Chubritsa (Shopski Style)

Table Salt Chubritsa (Shopski Style) is made of savory (chubritsa) blended with other herbs and spices and is widely used for seasoning in Bulgarian cuisine. Adds flavour to any food and salads. Check out our BULGARIAN SPICES ONLINE SHOP for  a wider range of Bulgarian Spices!  

Table Salt (Panagyurska Style)

Table Salt (Panagyurska Style) is made of savory (chubritsa) blended with other herbs and spices and is widely used for seasoning in Bulgarian cuisine. Adds flavour to any food and salads. Check out our BULGARIAN SPICES ONLINE SHOP for  a wider range of Bulgarian Spices!

Kay

Zdr Ivo! Hope you are well! Or dare I try and say ‘Nadyavam se, che si dobre’ I moved to Bulgaria with my mum (Small town near veliko tarnovo) in 2017, I lived out there for a year, and came back to the UK due to my health & she rarely comes back to the […]

Margaret W.

Hello Ivo, 5 years ago I went to Bulgaria for a wedding. It’s a beautiful country and my favorite became Shopska Salad! I ate it everyday. When I got back home, I was disappointed that I couldn’t find the sirene cheese. I’ve searched for years and then I found your site. The cheese came today, […]

Matt

I love Shopska salad and it’s just not the same with feta cheese. It needs Sirene cheese! By the way, please unsubscribe me from all of your emailings. I get way too much unsolicited email! -Matt

Emily

While in Serbia last fall I had Shopska salad. I loved it so much and found that this is a Bulgarian dish with Sirene cheese. I wanted to make it at home, but could not find the cheese locally. (I live in West Central Georgia). I bought the cow, sheep, and goat cheese to try […]

Tim E.

Ivo, We have loved the shopska salad since 2015 when we visited Sofia. We stocked up on chubritsa and sharena sol while we were there, but are now starting to run out. Your store is one of the only places we can purchase these items. Thank you. Tim E.

Phil J.

Hi Ivo Several years ago we visited Sofia and Plovdiv. We were amazed by the food, especially pork stew (Kavarma?) and salads with yoghurt/dill. Every few months we like to cook / make these dishes at home here in the UK Best regards

Erick D.

Ivo, Nice to hear from you. I love Bulgarian food and love Bulgarian woman so I married one. I love my rakia with shopska, and my winter salad that I make homemade. I’ll send you a pic. I was not able to make our cabbage leaves for surmi on xmas eve. On xmas eve we […]

Bob

Hi Ivo, Thanks for the coupon code, I’ll be sure to use it soon. I very much enjoyed the food that I purchased and made some very nice meals using the cookbook. I especially liked the moussaka. And the salads. Sincerely, Bob.

Freddy D.

I visited Bulgaria and Greece on 9/11/01 for a wedding and loved Bulgarian food from the beginning! I only wish that I could find Russian salad available for purchase.

Margaret W.

I have traveled to Bulgaria and fell in love with shopska salad. We all ate it everyday. I have been trying to find siren cheese, with no success. Now I have found your website and will be ordering soon. Thank you

Lesley

Hi Ivo Love Bulgarian food, people, country. Reminds of happy holidays in Sveti Vlas. Trying to source Zagorka and milky chewy caramel sweets. Also can you tell me which cheese is used to make shopska salad? Many thanks

Barbara S.

Your sirene cheese is wonderful. I tried every other similar cheese, recommended in recipes, but was always disappointed. My hubs loves a shopska salad but no matter how I tried, I could not bring back that real taste for him. Until we found you. As you know, many American salads are largely lettuce. We are […]

John K.

Thank you for your patience with everything and i will make the other payment. I love Bulgaria their food drink and culture. I go every year to sunny beach. Love shopska salad the white cheese and kvarma stew. Love mystica and the mint liqueur.

Phill D.

Zdravey Ivo! My girlfriend lives in Sofia, and I have visited her there several times. I love Bulgarian food, especially Banitsa, Shopska salads, and to me, Zagorka is the world’s best beer!! ( Rakia almost destroys me…hehehe ) I really love Boza too!!! I found your site thanks to Mr.Google, but I wish there was […]

Dawn

Dear Ivo, Only tried the cheese so far and loved it. I use it grated for shopska salad which we love Thank you Dawn

Bill M.

Hey Ivo, I dated a Bulgarian for a while and visited several times. They turned me on to Rakia and there is nothing like it here. Would like to get some sirene as well some time ( the cheese they use on the shopska salad). Thanks, Bill

Jodie M.

Hi Ivo, I was introduced to Bulgaria and her food from my ex and I fell in love with all the new and amazing flavours. Being in Australia we have only a small Bulgarian population so for me I like to try to replicate the meals from home. Thank you for your site and I have been […]

Jodie M.

Hi Ivo, I was introduced to Bulgaria and her food from my ex and I fell in love with all the new and amazing flavours. Being in Australia we have only a small Bulgarian population so for me I like to try to replicate the meals from home. Thank you for your site and I have been […]

Diana B.

Hello My book club is currently reading Elizabeth Kostova, The Shadow Land and I thought it would be fun to have food mentioned in the book. I am hosting our club meeting on the 25th of March. I was looking at Bulgarian recipes and decided it may be easier to just purchase a few items and luckily found […]

John H. Law

Looks like it went through. Thanks. looking forward to that salad. Our American varations: Shopscado–add some avacado; Shopscito; use Mexican cactus slices (nopalitos) instead of roasted peppers.

Kaly G.

Hi, My name is Kaloyan Gyumishev. My wife and I just moved to Orlando area from Chicago where you can find Bg products anywhere on the west side of town. Here in Orlando is totally different story. It is nice that you can find basics on your site! One thing that you may want to […]

George T.

This is not exactly my favourite food, but one of many in Bulgaria and (dare I say it?) Romania: shopska salad! Yum!

Bulgarian Kashkaval – Cow’s Milk

Bulgarian Kashkaval - Cow's Milk

Bulgarian kashkaval is a soft yellow cheese, indigenous to Bulgaria. It is a cousin of the swiss or emmental cheese, but only in appearance. It has a unique soft and milky taste and aroma thanks to a specific set of lactic acid bacteria, the most famous of which is the lactobacillus bulgaricus. Bulgarian kashkaval goes great […]

Bulgarian Kashkaval – Sheep’s Milk

Bulgarian Kashkaval - Sheep's Milk

Bulgarian kashkaval is a soft yellow cheese, indigenous to Bulgaria. It is a cousin of the swiss or emmental cheese, but only in appearance. It has a unique soft and milky taste and aroma thanks to a specific set of lactic acid bacteria, the most famous of which is the lactobacillus bulgaricus. Bulgarian kashkaval goes great […]

Bulgarian Sirene – Goat’s Milk

Bulgarian Sirene - Goat's Milk

Bulgarian sirene is a hard white brined cheese, much like feta cheese. It has a unique aroma and taste, unlike anything you’ve tried before. Its unique taste is due to a specific set of lactic acid bacteria, the most famous of which is the lactobacillus bulgaricus. Bulgarian sirene goes great on its own, as a side […]

Bulgarian Sirene – Sheep’s Milk

Bulgarian Sirene - Sheep's Milk

Bulgarian sirene is a hard white brined cheese, much like feta cheese. It has a unique aroma and taste, unlike anything you’ve tried before. Its unique taste is due to a specific set of lactic acid bacteria, the most famous of which is the lactobacillus bulgaricus. Bulgarian sirene goes great on its own, as a side […]

Bulgarian Sirene – Cow’s Milk

Bulgarian Sirene - Cow's Milk

Bulgarian sirene is a hard white brined cheese, much like feta cheese. It has a unique aroma and taste, unlike anything you’ve tried before. Its unique taste is due to a specific set of lactic acid bacteria, the most famous of which is the lactobacillus bulgaricus. Bulgarian sirene goes great on its own, as a side […]