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From: Jim Presenkowski <>
Subject: Re: [POLAND] Re: Balut
Date: Fri, 04 Jan 2002 22:42:38 -0800
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No comparison, czarnina wins hands down.
Debbie Greenlee wrote:
> It's spelled Gl~abki but pronounced pretty much like you wrote it. And
> yep, that's stuffed cabbage.
> Considering Poles eat czarnina how bad could balut be?
> RuthAnn Springer wrote:
> > My mom and grandmother used to make delicious stuffed cabbage. I've was told that it is a polish recipe. Correct me if I'm wrong but I was told that it was Guampki? (the Polish name for Stuffed cabbage?)
> > I would also like to know what balut is. (e-mail me at home)....please.
> > Thanks, RuthAnn
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