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How to Milk an Almond, Stuff an Egg, and Armor a Turnip: A Thousand Years of Recipes Paperback – June 14, 2011
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David Friedman is an academic economist and author and a longtime participant in the Society for Creative Anachronism, a group that does historical recreation from the Middle Ages and Renaissance. He has been cooking from medieval recipes for more than forty years, his wife and co-author, Elizabeth Cook, for more than thirty.
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I do wish there was a better source for mead recipes, Digbie being the most common source I've seen and his work being outside of SCA range. Digbie's work is good, but it is written after mead was a drink of the common man.
But I must reiterate - this is a fantastic book. It includes everything that I wanted it to.