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Classic twist seeds

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Classic twist seeds

We sell our seeds for souvenir purposes only and for storage in-case the laws change. We at ‘The Attitude’ are here to help, but we do have our restrictions. We CANNOT, and WILL NOT discuss germination / yields / THC levels, etc. of seeds as it is ILLEGAL to germinate seeds and sell them for germination purposes in the United Kingdom and we cannot be seen promoting this. Unfortunately, E-mails may be ignored and remain unanswered if questions relate to the above and you may be refused a sale should you persist in requesting further information. For more information in regards to our website, please head over to the F.A.Q. section.

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Please Note: This content is for informational and educational use only. The Attitude Seed bank sells all seeds strictly for souvenir purposes or for storage and preservation of genetics in case the laws may change. We do not condone or encourage the germination of cannabis seeds and we will refuse a sale to anyone who leads us to believe they intend to use our products in an unlawful way.
WARNING: IT IS A CRIMINAL OFFENCE TO GERMINATE CANNABIS SEEDS IN THE UK AND MANY OTHER COUNTRIES.

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Classic twist seeds

Our most popular and well-known pasta-based dessert, the strudel, or as we call it – rétes, is also the most complicated to prepare traditionally. However, with a little twist, everyone can bake it easily for the family in a few minutes.

It was presumably established under Turkish influence in the 16th century; its predecessor is the baklava that still exists in the Balkans. Its present form, the rolled, stuffed strudel, was developed at the turn of the 18th and 19th centuries in the territory of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy and has been a common item on the table for festive and wedding meals in Hungary since the 19th century.

The first records of the dessert come from the Piarist monk Kristóf Simai, who wrote down the recipe for the strudel between 1795 and 1799 in various forms, including fillings such as sour cream, cottage cheese, rice pudding, poppy, apple, and cabbage in his manuscript cookbook in Selmecbánya (the current Banská Štiavnica).