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Food, eating habits and cusine of Czech Republic

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Treat yourself and your tummy a holiday with Czech Republic’s mouth-watering cookery and tasteful cuisines. Never miss out the specialties one could get in every part of the country. Allow yourself to be satisfied with the famous Czech recipes that will really entice you to crave for more delicious and savoury food of the Czechs. The cuisine in the country is mainly influenced by the surrounding countries, with different variations of taste and styles of cooking. Some heavenly cakes and luscious pastries, and tasty breads also originate in the place. Czech cuisine is characterized by heavy meals, with meat on the emphasis. Meat is the main food on the plate, sometimes served with potatoes, rice, and some yummy sauce.

Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are three meals served in a Czechs’ day. Try the traditional cuisine of the Czech Republic and the most popular cuisine, the roast pork with dumplings and sauerkraut. A meal generally comprises of the main dish, the side dish, dessert, and the soup. Hot soups are commonly the starter of the meals paired with a glass of beer (which is cheaper than any other soft drinks) . Some are popular soups you might want to enjoy in Czech Republic: the potato soup (bramborová polévka or bramboračka), sauerkraut soup (zelná polévka or zelňačka), beef soup plus liver dumplings (hovězí polévka s játrovými knedlíčky), and the garlic soup (česneková polévka or česnečka). The Czech main course typically comprise of meat (chicken, pork, beef, and seafood) served with a side dish often made with potatoes. Desserts are also offered like delightful crepes, blueberry dumplings, and apple strudel.

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