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|Place of origin||Poland|
|Region or state||Silesia, Lesser Poland, Świętokrzyskie|
|Main ingredients||Hemp seeds|
|Cookbook: Siemieniotka Media: Siemieniotka|
The hemp seeds are cooked, separated from the shells, ground into paste and mixed with milk and honey (an alternative recipe in Polish). Siemieniotka is part of Poland's ancient, pre-Christian, Aryan-Saka-Sarmatian traditions.
The name of the dish comes from its main component: seeds (siemie).
- "List of Traditional Products". Polish Ministry of Agriculture.
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