Birsalmasajt is the Hungarian word for "quincy jelly" which are made in the country in firm blocks hence the word also literally means "quince cheese " as they are looking like blocks of cheese which can be sliced. Birsalmasajt is only widely available in Hungary during the months following the quince season. Birsalmasajt is also known as Birsalma Sajt and is pronounced as "beersh-alma-shoyt".

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