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    Seasonal Greetings from Germany

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    Sun Jan 29, 2006 10:50 pm Groupie
    Chef #272260 wrote:
    Hi ;

    Please I would like to ask about a German thing called Blauhomn, hope I spell it right coz I can't go to my room right now to bring the paper that contain the right name!!, I am sorry 4 that. Any way it is a black seeds used in bakery like begil, hope no one as dictionary is rectifying for me AGAIN!. Can u please send the English name for it ? and Can any one explain to me why it locates in Germany only!.

    one of the chefs from Germany probably can explain it coz this locate in Germany only!!!!

    Thank u in advance

    Well Mohnkörner are black seeds used in German baking (black poppy seeds).
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