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Medieval cuisine
Almost universal in middle and upper class cooking all over Europe was the almond , which was in the ubiquitous and highly versatile almond milk , which was used as a substitute in dishes that otherwise required eggs or milk, though the bitter variety of almonds came along much later. Cookbooks , or more specifically, recipe collections, compiled in the Middle Ages are among the most important historical sources for medieval cuisine. One was expected to remain in one's social class and to respect the authority of the ruling classes. In the Early Middle Ages beer was primarily brewed in monasteries , and on a smaller scale in individual households. The Liber de coquina , perhaps originating near Naples , and the Tractatus de modo preparandi have found a modern editor in Marianne Mulon, and a cookbook from Assisi found at Châlons-sur-Marne has been edited by Maguelonne Toussaint-Samat. Lent was a challenge; the game was to ferret out the loopholes. Plain fresh milk was not consumed by adults except the poor or sick, and was usually reserved for the very young or elderly.


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