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She was the wife of Domenico Selvo , the Doge of Venice , and caused considerable dismay among upstanding Venetians. The cookbooks, which appeared in the late Middle Ages and were intended mostly for those who could afford such luxuries, contained only a small number of recipes using vegetables as the main ingredient. Poor adults would sometimes drink buttermilk or whey or milk that was soured or watered down. Regional cuisines of medieval Europe. For the poorest or the most pious , watered-down vinegar similar to Ancient Roman posca would often be the only available choice.


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