One of the most popular foods found in lunch boxes and at picnics throughout Poland has to be Serowe warkoczyki wędzone (Braided Smoked Cheese). It’s a traditional smoked and salted cheese made from steamed cow’s milk formed into spaghetti-like strings and braided together by hand. Both our children love the salty, smokey taste of this most Polish of cheeses.
This type of Polish smoked cheese does not contain preservatives and are made using only the finest natural ingredients. Our family’s favourite brand of stringed cheese is made by ‘Milkeffekt’ based in the town of Cieszyn.
See also: Oscypek Polish Smoked Cheese.