Food of the the Prehistoric Celts

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Food of the the Prehistoric Celts

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Thanks for the link, much appreciated. Interesting details about querns and their use. I can't manage 2kilos of flour in quarter of an hour using a modern hand grinder!
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Got to ask...is your avatar actually you, David?

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Yes, it certainly is!

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Blimey! You look the part. Nice one!

Out of interest, do your group do L/H? Until a couple of years ago I was member of an iron-age group, and we did a lot of experimental cooking. Is this your period, or are you earlier?

(Walks away reminiscing about semi-fermented blackberries with honey, oatcakes and 'Roman Pear Pudding'.)

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