Ciorba is the Romanian term referring to "Sour Soup". It refers to a Romanian soup intentionally soured adding either lemon, vinegar, fermented juices of fruits, grains, pickles, beer or sauerkraut. Ciorba may be made with meat and/or vegetables or even just grains.

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