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What it takes



One ounce of flower
one eg and 100 milliliter of milk
one teaspoon of cacao powder
and salt and pepper as finish

Mix everything to a smooth mass
in a frying pan you put some oil
open the gasring and light it on
pour mixture in when it gets warm

Cook at both sides untill it's done
pour in some more of the batter
finish all that there is and
now the pancakes are ready

Spread on it whatever you like
some jam, sugar or honey
eat with taste and a little love
this delicious surprising discovery
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Submitted on April 20, 2015

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A good head and a good heart are always a formidable combination.But when you add to that a literate tongue or pen then you have somethingvery special. Nelson Mandela ************************************************************************I am from the land of tulips and mills. Writing is a need like eating and sleeping.I think we are all wondrous creatures who deserve to love ourselves and live in freedom. I like to participate in cases which can make a difference for myself, my surroundings and the earth. My wish: humanity in a non-dualistic society. more…

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