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Re: OOP Re: [SCA-JML] food question

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  • Barbara Nostrand
    Noble Cousin! Is your friend a farmer? If so, she is probably using a fairly traditional method. As I recall, there was a change in shoyu manufacture ca 16th
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      Re: OOP Re: [SCA-JML] food question
      Noble Cousin!

      Is your friend a farmer? If so, she is probably using a fairly traditional method. As I recall, there was a change
      in shoyu manufacture ca 16th century, but miso should be fairly stable. There is no real way to guess whether
      or not your friend is using a period recipe until you learn how to make it and tell us what technique you are
      using.

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