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Sóska (“SHOSH-KA”) is grown in many Hungarian gardens and is most commonly used to make főzelék or soup, and less frequently in fresh salads. The bitter green is often confused by non-Hungarians shopping in local markets with spenót. It is also sold in pureed form in most grocery stores and hypermarkets.

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