Product obtained as a result of preparation of pine sapwood, i.e. the soft inner layer of pine bark. After the bark is removed from a tree and the sapwood is separated, it was dried over a hearth, chopped up with a special chopper, and used as a seasoning for soup or added to flour. Forms part of the set of tools for producing pine substitute (see Nos. 6794-86, 7894-87, 445-3).
Abstract by A.A. Zankovskaya