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What is fluden / flodni?

rworange | Aug 19, 200711:03 PM     4

A Russian market in SF makes fluden. They were selling honey and nut fluden which didn't appeal to me at the time. However I never heard of fluden before and there's not too much on the web ... in English. Also called flodni.

This site says ...
http://www.cyber-kitchen.com/rfcj/COO...

"This is one of those recipes that has pretty much disappeared in the United States, but those who remember it rave about it. A fluden, which comes from fladni or fladen, "flat cake" in German, is just that, a flat, double-or often multilayered flaky pastry filled with poppy seeds, apples and raisins, or cheese"

Now cheese fluden ... I could have got on board for that. It looked like this
http://www.hashulchan.co.il/_Uploads/...

A little more fludin info
http://english.webster.co.il/My__Mom_...

Any more info?

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