DWJ sans frontiers

Irina Rempt irina at valdyas.org
Fri Jun 10 11:47:10 EDT 2005

On Friday 10 June 2005 17:35, liril at gmx.net wrote:

> Bircher Müsli, named, as was already said, after the Doctor who
> "invented" it. Tastes really delicious (at least the modernized
> versions I had, I'm too lazy to prepare it myself)! The apples are
> very thinly er. rhasped? diced? (not diced, but I'm lacking
> vocabulary...) And, as it is soaked, it's softer and you don't have
> to chew that much. And in the modern versions I know other fresh
> fruit (red berries) is added, and nuts. Mmmh.

Mmm indeed. (I think you mean "grated"). Used to make it when I was a 
student, ought to make it again.

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