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recepie given in Forme of Cury, and Cabbages appear to be cooked in a broth and served as a pottage (thusly do I read the recepie name).  This makes unlikely options such as cooking the onions in broth and then draining them before serving.  Mixing in egg yolks would be easier to a liquid dish too.
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recipe given in Forme of Cury, and Cabbages appear to be cooked in a broth and served as a pottage (as the recipe name suggests).  Options such as cooking the onions in broth and then draining them before serving seem unlikely.  Mixing in egg yolks would be easier to a liquid dish too.
  
in garden in season.  Parsley in seed so not very available, but other herbs more perennial.  All herbs used were known from medieval recepiesrecepie does not specify the herbs because it was aware that season and availability were more important than a fixed recipe.  I decided not to use tansy (although available) for health reasons.
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seasonal availability.  Parsley in seed wasn't very available, but other herbs are more perennial.  All herbs used are known from medieval recipesrecipe does not specify the herbs because it was aware that season and availability were more important than a fixed recipe.  I decided not to use tansy (although available) for health reasons.
 
Herbs in the rest of Forme of Cury:
 
Herbs in the rest of Forme of Cury:
  
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