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"Brousse" in a recipe?

Good afternoon
In a French magazine I found a recipe: Tartelettes citronnees a la brousse  (sorry no accents).

My French/English dictionary gives "la brousse" as the bush - as in lost in the bush.
Can anyone tell me what brousse is in relation to food please?  The recipe calls for 200g which is to be crushed with a fork and then added to the lemon and egg mixture.

Many thanks

Mrs H

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Re: "Brousse" in a recipe?

http://www.supertoinette.com/fiche-cuisine/508/brousse.html

Corsican is better.


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Re: "Brousse" in a recipe?

Nah, it is a badger hair shaving brush, often used in pies to give the mixture some consistency!!Devil [6]
Too thick for a PhD!
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Re: "Brousse" in a recipe?

Brilliant Pachpapa - will look on the cheese counter!

Many thanks, and to wooly for his contribution...

Mrs H

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