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Aysel is the [[Cornish]] word for [[vinegar]] or [[verjuice]]. It is possible that when it is referred to in [[Askham's Herbal]] a specifically Cornish style of verjuice is meant.
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Aysel is the [[Cornish]] word for [[vinegar]] or [[verjuice]]. It is likely that when it is referred to as distinct from vinegar it means to a [[cider]] vinegar specifically.

Revision as of 11:37, 3 April 2004

Aysel is the Cornish word for vinegar or verjuice. It is likely that when it is referred to as distinct from vinegar it means to a cider vinegar specifically.