Brynza

Brynza

 

(Rumanian, brinză), a cheese made from sheep’s milk. To make brynza, the milk is curdled with a rennet leaven, and then the cheese mass is prepared. Brynza is cured in brine. The composition of ripe (one to two months) brynza is 30-45 percent fat (in dry material), 54-57 percent liquid, 6-8 percent salt.

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The latter are the machines in the main hall, unused but maintained in working order by Brynza the mechanic, who calls them his 'clean-fleshed maidens' (20).
The restaurant also offers a wide range of baked goods including the Armenian style hatchapuri (salty pie of a salty dough with brynza and cottage cheese); gata (sweet cake with filling) and pahlava cake (sweet layer cake with nuts, honey, and raisins).
Among the sixteen kinds of cheeses the gastronom displays are the hard, piquant, light-yellow poshekhonskiy; the round and softer gollandskiy wrapped in red wax; the slightly salty and viscous Georgian sulguni; and fetalike brynza.