Medieval chewing gum

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Medieval chewing gum

Postby Cat » Tue Mar 07, 2006 11:39 pm

You get some honeycomb, melt it in a really old saucepan because it trashes it, add cinnamon and a drop of spruce oil (or stir with a spruce tip) if liked and pour it over white toast. Sprinkle toasted pinenuts over.
When set, cut into slices with clean scissors and roll in more cinnamon.

It's a weird chewie, but lasts for ages. If you're into hippy stuff melt some propolis into the honeycomb, it makes the chew better textured and is good for sore throats, but turns your fangs yellow.

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