Thursday, December 3, 2009

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Here we have a lovely specimen of the family "Quickius Breadius" and the genus of "Biscuitidae". This particular species is often found living in close co-operation with species from the kingdom "Preservitae" , mostly "Jamicus Strawberriculum". While they are prevalent among many climates, this particular species must have the presence of buttermilk for their reproduction. Hence the species classification of "Butterium Milkiatus"

I am happy to report that we here at Red's Breads have managed to procure a small collection of these delightful specimens and will be showing them at the Sunday market for public enjoyment and education.

We are also working diligently to bring you a rare glimpse into the lives of wild blueberry tarts in their natural habitat. More photos to follow.

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