For those who asked: What is the difference between Borscht and Worscht?

Many of our non-Plautdietsch speaking readers have asked; “what is the difference between borscht and worscht”? So today's topic comes with a video to help explain. Many thanks to brother Dale and his team from Coaldale, Alberta for making this video available to the public. Click on the image below to view.

Remember to shop local! A special shout out to some local businesses.

Sunrise Berry Farms, Lethbridge Alberta

Wiebe’s Sausage, Coaldale Alberta (for all your Mennonite worscht needs)

Waldner Meats, Niverville, Manitoba

El Roi Mexican Imports, Steinbach, Manitoba

Ronnie's Seeds, Plum Coulee Manitoba (available at many locations across Canada)

Remember borscht and those awesome Mennonites dishes that mom made?!  Well they ALL here in the classic cookbook that made Mennonite food famous! Makes a great gift idea for helping the younger generation to keep the food traditions alive!

Would you like to learn more Plautdietsch.  Enjoy getting reacquainted with those forgotten Plautdietsch words of yesteryear and learn interesting new phrases that you may have never heard before!  We have three different dictionaries to choose from!

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