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schav

 (shäv, shchäv)
n.
A chilled soup made with sorrel, onions, lemon juice, eggs, and sugar and served with sour cream.

[Yiddish shtshav, from Polish szczaw.]

schav

(ʃɑːv)
n
(Cookery) a Polish soup made with sorrel, onions, eggs, lemons, and sugar and served cold with sour cream
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For the reader there is even a bonus: an illustrated recipe for schav, or sorrel soup, that is said to have come from Cahan's wife, Anna.
Schav is a traditional Russian-Eastern European soup of sorrel and potato that is refreshing served cold, and heartening served hot.
Schav, which is sorrel simmered in broth or water, is also served with radishes and cucumbers, as well as sour cream and green onions.
Kelly Haworth and her fiancA Schav Raheim have sought refuge with friends after facing numerous attacks and a devastating burglary at their Dundas Street home.
Schav, a green soup made with sorrel, is another Slavic (and Jewish) favorite.