[Sca-cooks] powdered fish?

Johnna Holloway johnnae at mac.com
Sat Jun 18 11:15:15 PDT 2011

That goes w/o saying. powder it with drye Salt....I just thought  
Stefan would like a recipe where the term  is used.


On Jun 18, 2011, at 1:42 PM, Sharon Palmer wrote:

>> 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.
> Ranvaig

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