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Re: [israel-food] choclate covered cornflakes

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  • Ben Michelson
    I believe MANJET is from French, (perhaps via Russian) meaning sleeve cuffs. ...
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      I believe MANJET is from French, (perhaps via Russian)
      meaning sleeve cuffs.

      --- faith àîåðä <faithemuna@...> wrote:

      > ... and then put in individual 'mangetim'
      > (can anyone tell me where that word comes from?)



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