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  • ♪ (French accordion music) ♪

  • - (FBE) Today, you'll be trying some Polish snacks.

  • - Are we trying Polish snacks?

  • Polish, as in Poland?

  • - Huh, okay.

  • I don't think I've ever had Polish snacks before.

  • - I'm always excited to try food from different cultures.

  • - I feel optimistic because they're snacks,

  • so snacks can't be disgusting.

  • - I'm excited.

  • I like to try new food, and I'm starving.

  • - I'm unfamiliar with what Polish snacks will be,

  • so that's why I'm kind of nervous

  • because I have no idea what you guys

  • are about to hand me right now.

  • - (FBE) Here is your first Polish snack.

  • - It looks like chocolate.

  • We have this.

  • - It smells like chocolate, but it smells like dank chocolate.

  • - (happily) It's chocolate!

  • Oh my god! Yes, can I eat this?

  • - It looks like some sort of wafer thing.

  • (crunching)

  • It's really chocolatey and then once you bite into it,

  • on the inside, it's just super dry.

  • (crunching)

  • - It's a wafer!

  • (crunching)

  • - Why is it so hard to bite into?

  • (crunching)

  • - That is so good.

  • It feels like a more natural Kit Kat.

  • - This seems a little less processed

  • and less sugary.

  • - I like the Polish people. This is great.

  • - (FBE) This is Prince Polo.

  • It has long been Poland's top selling candy brand.

  • It is a chocolate covered wafer with four layers of wafer

  • joined by three layers of chocolate flavored filling.

  • - I can totally see how this is one of the top selling products

  • because it's really soft.

  • And it's easy for everyone to eat.

  • - I like it.

  • I'm gonna take another bite, okay?

  • (crunching) (giggling)

  • - (FBE) Here is your next Polish snack.

  • - This looks a little more interesting.

  • - It just looks like a giant cracker you'd feed to a bird.

  • - It's very seedy.

  • - It feels sticky too, so there's maybe honey

  • or something on there.

  • - That's gonna be sweet and savory.

  • I can already tell.

  • (crunching)

  • - It kind of tastes like sunflower seeds.

  • (crunching)

  • - It tastes like eating cardboard, but in the best way.

  • - Ow!

  • That's really hard.

  • It just tastes like oats, like oatmeal in a bar.

  • - Ugh!

  • Maybe it's just because I don't like nuts like that.

  • - It doesn't really have a lot of flavor.

  • It's kind of just like you're eating glazed bird food.

  • - (FBE) This is sezamki, or sesame snack.

  • Crunchy and delicious, sesame seeds

  • covered in sweet honey glaze. - (chuckling) Okay.

  • There we go. I like it.

  • - It's not too sweet, but it's still sweet enough

  • that it fixes your sweet tooth craving.

  • - I don't taste any honey.

  • I just taste the sesame seed.

  • - If you get lost in the woods, and this is your only resort,

  • you can eat it.

  • - (FBE) Here's your next Polish snack.

  • - Oh, yep, here's the crazy!

  • - This actually looks very pleasing.

  • - That looks like some kind of bratwurst,

  • I think they're called.

  • - This just looks like a sausage link.

  • (sniffing) Actually, it smell--

  • (pleasantly) Ooh.

  • (sniffing) That smells really good.

  • Never mind, I take that back.

  • - Now, this seems like a Polish snack.

  • (munching)

  • It tastes like a really big Slim Jim.

  • (munching)

  • - It tastes so good.

  • (munching)

  • - Yeah, it tastes like beef jerky.

  • Oh, wait, now it's getting weird.

  • Ugh!

  • It reminds me of Slim Jims or something like that.

  • I hate those.

  • - Yeah, it's just a giant stick of sausage.

  • This is really good.

  • We need to have these here.

  • - This would be nice with some sauerkraut

  • and mashed potatoes.

  • - (FBE) This is kabanos, or kielbasa.

  • It is a dried sausage or pork snack,

  • and dried kielbasa has the advantage of lasting longer

  • than regular sausage, while it still retains its full flavor.

  • - Yeah, I feel like this thing could survive a nuclear blast.

  • It's a really strong taste.

  • It hits you.

  • - It'd be good for camping or something,

  • like when you need food to last.

  • - It's something I would literally just chill

  • and eat behind a computer or doing homework, just like this.

  • - I think this is the best one so far.

  • This is really good.

  • You should try it.

  • - (FBE) Here is your next Polish snack.

  • - Is this, like, weird milk too?

  • All right, this looks like chocolate.

  • Oh, it doesn't smell like chocolate.

  • - So this is like the Poland version of the sweet bread?

  • - This could either be really good

  • or that dark stuff is something kind of gross.

  • - It looks like chocolate.

  • No, that's not chocolate.

  • - Okay, I know the bread is vanilla,

  • but I don't know what this black stuff is.

  • - Oh, I can see why it needs milk.

  • It's really dry.

  • - It's sweet, but it feels like it's one of those

  • weird fruits, like a fig.

  • I like this.

  • This is totally something that I'd eat at night

  • after dinner as a dessert.

  • - (FBE) This is makoweic.

  • It's a poppy seed cake made country-style.

  • It's a pasty consisting of a roll of sweet yeast spread

  • with a dense, rich bittersweet filling of poppy seed.

  • It is commonly eaten around holidays

  • like Christmas and Easter.

  • - Yeah, country-style, like Polish country?

  • It's growing on me. It's pretty good.

  • - It's a little traditional sweet bread thing.

  • - That's actually really good, poppy seed.

  • We need to make more snacks out of poppy seed.

  • - (FBE) Here is your last snack. - (gasping)

  • Oh, yes.

  • Honestly, just look at it.

  • It's chocolate. It's gonna taste good.

  • You already know.

  • - It looks like a Girl Scout cookie.

  • Do they have Girl Scout cookies out there?

  • - This is also a British food.

  • I think this is called a Jaffa Cake.

  • - Oh, what's this on the inside?

  • Oh, what a surprise!

  • - Oh my god, there's jelly inside.

  • - Oh, that's really good. I really like that.

  • You guys are good to me here.

  • - I swear I had this before.

  • It was like the Jaffa Cake in the British snack episode.

  • - That bursts into flavor, and it's a little sour and sweet.

  • This is like cranberry or something.

  • - I feel like you could have 30,000 of these

  • and not get full.

  • This could be another full course meal.

  • - (FBE) This is Delicje.

  • It is sort of the Jaffa Cake of Poland,

  • available in five different flavors, strawberry, cherry,

  • raspberry, apricot, and orange.

  • Delicje are Polish delicacy, popularized all over Europe.

  • The combination of fruit jelly, fluffy biscuit,

  • and fragile dessert chocolate is an indulgent combination.

  • - It's so good!

  • I agree with the full description.

  • That's exactly what it is.

  • - The tartness of the raspberries surprised me.

  • It caught me off guard, but I liked it.

  • - Just because we had this, I want to try every flavor.

  • It's so good.

  • - (FBE) So which of these Polish snacks

  • would you recommend people eat?

  • - Oh man, I think I'd definitely recommend the Delicje.

  • - The makoweic.

  • - The Delicje.

  • - The pork stick thing.

  • - Prince Polo is so good.

  • That was, like, the perfect Kit Kat.

  • - I recommend Delicje.

  • - I didn't know what to expect

  • because I just didn't really know about Polish food at all,

  • but I liked all of them.

  • - Thanks for watching us try Polish snacks

  • here on the React channel.

  • - Don't forget to subscribe! New shows every week.

  • - Bye, guys.

  • - Hello, everyone, Alyssa here, a producer from the React channel.

  • Thanks so much for watching this episode of Polish snacks.

  • Don't forget to hit that subscribe button

  • and see what country we visit next.

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