CoReMA

Cooking Recipes of the Middle Ages

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  • Ingredient: (usually) edible material used in cooking
  • Dish: general category of food
  • Tool: equipment used in cooking
  • Name: proper name of dish
  • Instruction: one set of action during dooking
  • Opener: phrase opening a recipe text
  • Closer: phrase closing a recipe text
  • Ref.: reference to another recipe
  • Kitchen Tip: set of actions concerning cooking
  • Household Tip: set of actions concerning household matters
  • Serving Tip: set of actions concerning dishing and serving the food
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Fish sauce, dietetics

Allec Assatum

Ingredients:

  • No ingredients mentioned

Tools:

  • No tools mentioned

Metadata:

Augsburg, Universitätsbibl., Cod.III.1.2°43Source Collection: A1, fol. 065rRecipe Nr. 76 Dating: 4th quater of 15th c.Origin: place of origin unknownLang: Bavarian, Bavarian, Bavarian

Similar recipes:

Same title: a1b.76Shared ingredients: Same ingredients in following recipe: 0Same tools in following recipe: 0

Categories:

Main ingredient: fishPreparation: -Type: medicinal

Allec Assatum turiges est bene gratum ex solo capite facit tibi fercula quoque duering brithering trofhering do weinet duering Nam allec de frigido aere est sed instabilem et vagam naturam habet Et diem diligit infundo et sumitate aquarum versatur et munda pascua querit et cum capitur ita que recens est homini ita ad comedendum non valet quia eum faciliter intumescere facit Et ideo tam sanis quam infirmis cum nouiter captus est ad comedendum nocius Sed cum postea sale profunditur fetores que in eo sunt per sal minuuntur ita que tanto minus comedentem ledit et eo sanius est




A1 - "Augsburg, Universitätsbibl., Cod.III.1.2°43"