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Cooking Up Some World History: 50 Authentic, Easy-to-Make Recipes from All Periods of World History! Paperback – April 25, 2013
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This book is perfect for homeschooling parents and teachers who have access to kitchens at their schools. If you love making learning more hands-on, then this is a book you need to add to your curriculum! One of my favorite times to study is the Middle Ages. During the Middle Ages, there was a great divide between the wealthy and the poor. That divide meant that only the wealthy had access to certain foods. The wealthy had elaborate feasts with massive amounts of food while the poor usually subsisted on bread and cheese and whatever else they could find.
As grain was the main source of food, this recipe was probably a staple. It is called frumenty, or bread on bread. It basically consisted of cooked bulgur wheat served on trenchers which were thick, stale slices of bread.
Doesn't sound like a very well-rounded diet, does it? Maybe that's why they had scurvy all the time!
Even if you do not homeschool your children, this is still a book you should check out! Your kids will love the fun experience, and you will love that they are learning :)