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It's almost certainly a type of pogacha, or possibly kruh. Originally, "pogacha" basically meant "bread baked on a hearth", or in other words, "bread" (when the word was invented, almost all bread was baked on a hearth). Thus, there are as many different kinds of pogacha as there are of bread. The word derives ultimately from the Latin panis focacius, ...


Best guess: June Plum, apparently underripe. Another page has pictures of june plums that match your photo quite well: All the photos above are of the same type of fruit at different stages of ripeness. Scientific name Spondias Dulcis: Spondias dulcis (syn. Spondias cytherea), known commonly as ambarella, is an equatorial or tropical tree, ...


Well, sounds more like German printen typical in Aachen area..

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