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© Robert Case
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UploadedFebruary 27, 2014
TakenMarch 25, 2012
MakeNikon Corporation
Exposure1/320 sec at f/2.8
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length80 mm

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And just what is sumalac, you ask?

In a nut shell, it's liquid bread.

You take wheat seeds, germinate them for a few days, then brown them, add flour, oil, sugar, water and other stuff. Simmer for 12-24 hours, and you end up with a thick brown paste that tastes like, um, boiled wheat stalks.

Supposedly it's very good for you. But then, in this part of the world (Uzbekistan) they say the same thing about vodka, so who can you trust?

6 responses

  • Susan Littlefield

    Susan Littlefield gave props (1 Mar 2014):

    So I'm wondering....if they drink their bread, what do they do with their vodka???? P.S. the bread looks disgusting!!!! :-)

  • Barbara Kurth

    Barbara Kurth said (2 Mar 2014):

    Wonderful candid and this is first time I have ever heard of liquid bread ! Unusual for sure !

  • Robert Case

    Robert Case said (19 Mar 2014):

    Bailey - to say "Thank You" for sharing that "Malort" commercial would not be saying enough! Maybe chasing sumac with Malort would make both more tolerable?…but then, it could make a paring that'd surely open the slices at both ends. THANKS for the moment and the share!

  • Bailey Cooper

    Bailey Cooper said (19 Mar 2014):

    The thing about both, I am surmising, is the incredibly short half-life end to end. I think the stain, however, is permanent.

  • John Linton

    John Linton gave props (21 May 2014):

    Rockin' JPG's Location!

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