[Sca-cooks] powdered fish?

Ana Valdes agora158 at gmail.com
Sat Jun 18 10:53:55 PDT 2011

Yes, the Scandinavic word used today is "pudra", it means sprinkle with  something. I guess the word is originally Norse.

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18 jun 2011 kl. 19:42 skrev Sharon Palmer <ranvaig at columbus.rr.com>:

>> Here's a recipe where one is instructed to powder something.
>> To keepe it from rotting after it is new flaine.
>> COuer it close from the Sunne or Ayre with Fearne, and laye it in a colde place, then washe it cleane and let it lye in Water halfe a daye, and then laye it on the Floore to drye, then set the Water and Salte together, and let it coole till it be leuke warme, and then washe the Venison therin, and let it lye in that pickle three dayes and thrée nightes, then take it out and powder it with drye Salt, and barrell it and stop it fast.
> I suspect that this means to sprinkle it with salt, rather than to grind it to a powder.
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