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Sesame Seed Bread Rolls Puzzle Details:

About: Bread rolls are usually round or oblong(like the ones in this puzzle). They can be served and eaten whole or cut transversely and used to make sandwiches. Some varieties of bread rolls are garnished with whole seeds such as sesame, poppy, pumpkin or sunflower.
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