- Sour rye soup, known as żur, żurek in Poland or kyselo in Slovakia and Czechia.
- Żur śląski
- Styrian sour soup (Slovenian cuisine)
- Vipava sour soup (Slovenian cuisine)
- Sorrel soup
- Sour cabbage soup called sour shchi in Russian
- Solyanka, thick, spicy and sour soup in the Russian and Ukrainian cuisine
- "kapustnyak", Russian/Ukrainian soup made from sour cabbage (sauerkraut), millet and potatoes in meat broth.
- also many sorts of Russian/Ukrainian borscht have appreciable sour taste due to adding (sour) tomatoes, sour beet (or fermented beet juice) and sour cream.
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