Alternatively, you can simply eat them, for instance when you buy the "Wildblumenbrot" (wild flowers bread) from the bakery at the train station where I get on and off most days for work.
Of course it's just a gimmick, but since it does not cost more than flowerless bread, I thought I'd give it a try. It does not taste of flowers - they are just on top, not in the dough. You can see it in the picture with the slices cut off that it is just normal, plain, good bread.
And what is the point of this post? To break up the row of four book reviews. As mentioned before, this series of reviews was due to me not having much time for anything else but work recently. A very busy period is slowly coming to an end; October should be a bit quieter work-wise, with more time for my blog (and yours!) again.