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The Pogača or Pogacha (Hungarian: Pogácsa, Cyrillic: погача, Turkish: poğaça) is a type of Balkan Hungarian and Turkish bread traditionally baked in the ashes of the fireplace, and later on in the oven, similar to focaccia, with which it shares the name (through Balkan Romance aka Aromun rendering). It can be leavened or unleavened, but only experienced cooks can make good quality unleavened pogača, while the pastry with yeast is easier to make. It can also be made from white flour, whole-wheat flour, and a mix of two thirds to three quarters of wheat flour and the rest either barley, or (less frequently) rye. It can have potatoes or cheese inside and it also have some grains and herbs like sesame, black sesame, dried dill mixtured with its flour.