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  • adj. having many seeds


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  • It has just struck me that, today, we ate brown, multi-seeded bread for breakfast; apple, Satsuma and banana for lunch; and baked beans on bran-meal toast this evening.

    British Blogs

  • It all sounds similar to bread making -- such as -- starting a stash of the various wool yarns or ... buying many different whole wheat flours, making mistakes with dropped stitches or with a dense not-proofed-long-enough loaves, getting the latest supplies like all the bamboo double point knitting needles or a curved lame / bread-scoring knife, relieving stress by knitting yarn or by kneading bread, giving gifts of knitted winter fingerless gloves or loaves of multi-seeded whole wheat bread, working on three different knitting projects or three different sourdough starters .... (and I've done all these!)

    The Fresh Loaf


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