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  • ° Poppy seeds are called graines de pavot in French and can be found in many shoppes that sell items for cake preparations.

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  • I used to have a recipe of Tarte au potiron (I lost it!) - I don't know anything about tartes "à la citrouille", but "graines de citrouille rôties" are great!

    potiron - French Word-A-Day

  • Vous apprendrez comment préparer patés de graines, patés végétaux, laits et fromages végétaux, crackers, assaisonnements ainsi qu'un dessert.

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  • June 27, 2009 at 2:54 pm aww meow-graines sux! ai only had won in ma lyfe and ai nebber want an other won

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  • Another genius discovery from Lebanon: "Trouver la perle rare est une chose, en trouver 26 en est une autre: une Libanaise a eu la surprise de sa vie en découvrant 26 graines nacrées dans une huître dans un restaurant de poisson et fruits de mer dans le sud du pays ." thanks Martin

    Tuesday, September 09, 2008

  • I don't know anything about tartes "à la citrouille", but "graines de citrouille rôties" are great!

    potiron - French Word-A-Day

  • Another genius discovery from Lebanon: "Trouver la perle rare est une chose, en trouver 26 en est une autre: une Libanaise a eu la surprise de sa vie en découvrant 26 graines nacrées dans une huître dans un restaurant de poisson et fruits de mer dans le sud du pays ." thanks Martin

    Tuesday, September 30, 2008

  • Bat or Reremouse; three graines of Incense, and an hallowed Candle, then leave me to effect what shal content thee.

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  • There is also another sort of weight called Mangiallino, which is 5 graines of Venice weight and therewith they weigh diamants and other iewels.

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  • This peper tree hath his floure and berry like in all parts to our Iuie berry, and those berries be graines of peper: so that when they gather them they be greene, and then they lay them in the Sunne, and they become blacke.

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