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The information on who invented the Baumkuchen is highly disputed, I feel that it is wrong to attribute it to one person in particular. Traditionally the Baumkuchen is associated with the town of Salzwedel, not with Berlin.

Baumkuchenspitzen are not made of scraps but slices ans cocoa covered parts of sliced baumkuchen (see German entry e.g.) (talk) 07:30, 8 November 2011 (UTC)

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Etymology - common misconception[edit]

It is a common misconception that the name 'Baumkuchen' comes from the rings. Instead, the name comes from being made on a 'Baum' which is the name for the rotating tube that the doug is baked on. I am currently looking for a citable source for this, but I personally spoke to a baumkuchen historian who confirmed this. — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 19:08, 19 March 2017 (UTC)