[Sca-cooks] Lent is coming!

S CLEMENGER sclemenger at msn.com
Sat Feb 18 09:00:31 PST 2012

I'm doing it, as well, but not restricting it to the practices from a narrower time frame. It should be very interesting this year, since I've got a more restricted everyday diet than in past years, as well as a smaller amount of money with which to purchase food. In previous years, I had more money for fish purchases (which are horrendously expensive this far inland), and I could eat grain products without giving myself continual, horrible heartburn. I'm also choosing to "do" something, as well as refrain/abstain from something.  (40 days of exercise)
 > Date: Sat, 18 Feb 2012 08:10:57 -0800
> From: lcm at jeffnet.org
> To: sca-cooks at ansteorra.org
> Subject: [Sca-cooks] Lent is coming!
> Wednesday is Ash Wednesday, and the beginning of Lent. I will be 
> observing the medieval Lenten diet, which is basically vegan (though 
> honey is allowed). I am using the diet from @ c.780-800 (my time 
> period), which is no animal product, one meal a day (with a 'collation' 
> in the evening), and fasting on Friday. Sunday is a 'feast day', which 
> means more than one meal, and bigger meals. Yay. :-/ I don't know how 
> far I'll get on the one meal and fasting part. We'll see.
> Anybody with me? I can dig up later stuff if you're interested.
> Oh- and whining about Lent is a very period tradition, and I plan to do 
> it. :-P
> Liutgard
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