Mamaliga is one of the common foods in rural parts of Romania which is prepared from corn, and then they grind it to prepare Mamaliga. It is somewhat similar to Italian Polenta. Mamaliga is used in the past as a bread substitute in poorer areas of the country, but now it is served everywhere; made out of yellow maize cooked in boiling water with salt; when cold, it can be cut into slices just like bread; usually served hot mixed with cheese and eggs;. In Romania, most rural households store corn in large quantities to last for several seasons. Mamaliga is also called Mamaliguzza

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