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  • Freydis the Good
    Roman Cook books, Roman cooking methods, ingredients, feasting ware, etc., etc., all non-fictional please. I am hoping to enter my research at some point in
    Message 1 of 78 , Mar 22, 2011
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      Roman Cook books, Roman cooking methods, ingredients, feasting ware, etc.,
      etc., all non-fictional please. I am hoping to enter my research at some
      point in A&S. Crazy me... I know. ;-)

      Freydis




      On Tue, Mar 22, 2011 at 5:12 PM, Correus <correus@...> wrote:

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      > Freydis -
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      > Are you wanting Roman cookbooks or Roman Fiction or something else?
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      > Correus
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      > --- On Tue, 3/22/11, Freydis the Good <freydisthegood@...> wrote:
      > Hi Anahita,
      >
      > Can I bug you to share your favorite books & authors? Roman cooking is
      > something I would like to research more and this cake thing is not only
      > making my mouth water, but is also getting the brain to start firing again.
      > ;-)
      >
      > Thanks,
      > Freydis
      >
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    • Brent Nielsen
      Yeah, what Pheonix said! ________________________________ From: Phoenix To: Apicius@yahoogroups.com Sent: Saturday, January 28, 2012
      Message 78 of 78 , Jan 30, 2012
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        Yeah, what Pheonix said!



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        From: Phoenix <hail_isis@...>
        To: Apicius@yahoogroups.com
        Sent: Saturday, January 28, 2012 11:44 AM
        Subject: [Apicius] Re: Dormice



         

        Regarding urine collection - it was also used in/with textile dyes as a
        mordant and for treating raw hides in leather production. That is why a
        'piss-pot' was left outside the house, for collection by the tradesmen.
        It is high in nitrogen, so it can also be used as a fertilizer for the
        garden. It is a source of ammonia - useful for cleaning, though it's
        probably less objectionable on the farm than in modern urban
        environments.

        --- In Apicius@yahoogroups.com, Brent Nielsen <bnielsen51@...> wrote:
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        > Running water in the home (plumbing) was expensive and available only
        to the rich, everyone else was required to use public latrines and
        fountains. Fullers collected raw urine waste and reproccessed it into
        bleach. Poor homes sold their urine waste as a supplimental family
        income.
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        > ________________________________
        > From: Theresa tlr280h@...
        > To: Apicius@yahoogroups.com
        > Sent: Sunday, January 22, 2012 11:54 PM
        > Subject: [Apicius] Re: Dormice
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        > Dumb question, how did they manage to do running water for a day and a
        > half? Either in Rome or today, that must have been one heck of a water
        > bill.
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        > Theresa
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        > On 3/23/2011 11:59, Correus wrote:
        > > Just found this article and thought some of you might find it
        'interesting'.
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        > >
        http://www.10dailythings.com/2007/10/12/dormouse-stew-oh-we-wouldn%E2%80%99t-serve-that-sir-it-would-be-against-the-law-this-is-rat/
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        > > Correus
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