The best kulen masters gathered this Saturday, June 25, in the youngest Croatian town of Otok, more precisely in the green oasis of Otok - Bioecological Education Center Virovi.
This year's 19th "Island Kulenijada" organized by the City of Otok - which for the past eighteen years held a competition for producers in the quality of kulen, tasted highly rated kulen, and awarded recognitions to the best - began with a professional lecture for kulen producers eminent lecturers from Zagreb and University of Osijek.
Head of the Administrative Department for Agriculture of Vukovar-Srijem County, Andrija Matić, He assessed the lecture as purposeful, and the response of existing and potential producers as extraordinary, and added:
"Along with other very useful information presented at the training, it was interesting to hear how research has confirmed that pig meat fed oak acorns has no significant impact on the quality of kulen, and our intention was to dispel some doubts in this regard from both producers and consumers." Participants in the training found the lectures interesting and useful.