A reader from Massachusetts asked if I knew anything about “koolunja.” He said it is a type of chorag made by Armenians from Kharpert that’s drier, denser and more triangular than the usual braided chorag.
After doing a bit of research, my husband turned up the similar-sounding “kalonji,”which are black seeds. Since black seeds are often an ingredient in chorag recipes, we came to the conclusion that “koolunja” simply refers to these seeds.
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