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Name: Chaas 14th January 2012
Yeah that's what I'm talking about-nice work!
Name: Donadela 24th November 2012
What about amounts for ingredients? The historical podcasts often don't have measurements as cooking for this period is all done by eye and these are historical recipes using methods from the time. If you watch the whole podcast, it gives you a fairy good idea about quantities. Also we have a sweet and savoury version with full instructions and measurements for a modern cook. Just type frumenty into the Search box and it will give you all versions. We hope this helps. The Cookit Team
Name: Rae 5th November 2017
Really good website. Especially for homework and projects!

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