Chew on this


Sometime back, there was a controversy about poppy seeds. Poppy seeds are these tiny, round, black seeds that are used to flavour curries. Some parties accused the Indian curries stalls of drugging their patrons with the addictive poppy seeds.

I had watched Myth Buster and the show proved that it is impossible to get traces of the addictive drug in our blood stream by eating food prepared with poppy seeds like muffins and such.


These are super chewy, super healthy buns with loads of fibre. Bought from Continental Bakery. (will provide location in another post) Fat free too. Made of rye flour. RM6.60 for 6 buns. Two with poppy seeds, two with oats and two with sunflower seeds.


Besides these crunchy sunflower seeds, there are flax seeds, cornmeal and other grains in the bun.

Head over to The Continental Bakery and grab some delicious buns. No preservatives.

Post Author: Lilian

Food, travel, recipes. Chinese Malaysian, blogger, photographer and writer.

3 thoughts on “Chew on this


    (September 2, 2005 - 9:25 am)

    wow lovely, i wished we can hv those in bakeries in KL. i like different type of buns in one pack hahaha… i lurve bread, gimme bread for all my meals oso i can take them all hahaha siau siau liau after seeing the mouth watering buns


    (September 2, 2005 - 7:05 pm)

    Yummy buns and they use blue poppy seeds! I love poppy seeds especially on bagels and in orange cake.


    (September 3, 2005 - 1:05 am)

    Boo – They made nice poppy seeds and orange muffins too. I didn’t notice the blue colours until you mentioned it! Thanks for that point.

    Babe – I see bread as ‘subsidiary’ food. Can’t live without rice and noodles.

Comments are closed.