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Frumenty

A medieval English dish, a development of pottage - so a liquor thickened with cereal and flavoured with almond milk or herbs and enriched with egg yolks. It would accompany the main meat, the way we might use mashed potatoes; or in poorer families, a watery version might be a meal in itself.

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