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Lefse in tribute to Norwegian tradition
Marsha Wilhelms, Browntown, and Lily Blumer, Monroe, cook lefse, a Norwegian flatbread made from potatoes and flour, at the Union Presbyterian Church Saturday. (Times photo: Marissa Weiher)
Although its nickname is "poor man's bread," to members of the Monroe Sons of Norway, lefse making is a rich, lifelong tradition.

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