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Fourth Course Tea, Chocolate, and the Printing Press: Asia, the Americas, and the First Cookbook, 1300–1500 Linda Civitello

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Fourth Course Timeline Linda Civitello

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Fourth Course Timeline Linda Civitello

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Genghis Khan, The Mongols Road stallions for transportation Ate horse meat Drank female horse\'s milk Made Kumiss from matured dairy animals milk Drank horse blood Invented stirrups Were to a great degree merciless Linda Civitello

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China In 618, another administration emerged in China The Tang (619-907) The line has a female head Wu Zhao New sustenances of the day were Bananas, dates, citrus and palm developed in the south Litchi was the sovereigns most loved nourishment. Linda Civitello

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Foods: Sugar stick, spinach, lettuce, almonds, figs and grapes were known Ale was a fixation and liquor addiction was romanticized The utilization of psychedelic medications was across the board Salt was vigorously exhausted. The Tang Dynasty propelled The Arts Northern China (Beijing) had millet, meat and dairy items Southern China had rice, fish, pork, vegetables, and organic products Linda Civitello

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Definition of Cuisine: A hesitant custom of cooking and eating… with an arrangement of mentalities of sustenance and its place in the life of man. Rice –a-staple. A strain of rice was transported in structure Champs (Vietnam). The rice developed quicker and gave two harvests for each season and was dry season tolerant. The high society of the day ate cleaned white rice. Linda Civitello

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The seven necessities: Firewood, rice, oil, salt, soybean sauce, vinegar and tea. Why? What are the seven necessities of today? Lets make a rundown? ½ sheet-now In urban areas like Kaifeng and Hangchow, they had markets for grain, pork, meat, venison, horse, rabbits, fowl, veggies, fish, and natural product. Linda Civitello

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During the Song Dynasty, the Upper class moved from sitting on the floor to seat seating. The Emperor had more than 1000 laborers under watchman. The lower class has road sellers which had noodle shops, nibble shops which sold cakes and browned rice. Linda Civitello

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State Banquets: Very rich with more than two hundred dishes and table administration of jade, pearl and fragment. Your station depended on where you sat and what number of courses you got. China: Huge nation with gigantic characteristic recourses. Eating regimens of both nations depended on rice. In 804, a Japanese friar brought back tea from China, which started the convention of tea in Japan. Fascinating! Linda Civitello

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The method for Tea: Four Values Reverence Respect Purity Tranquility The Tea Ceremony: Heightens and includes the faculties, little dinners called Kaiseki. Sitting together, sustenance is the blossom of the Japanese cooking. Linda Civitello

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Soup, bubbled Salmon, Seaweed, Chestnuts, mushrooms and rice. Europe: the Bubonic Plague-The dark Death. Rats secured with escapes spread the sickness far and wide, over oceans and area. The sickness was helped by poor sustenance and poor individual cleanliness. It slaughtered 25 million in Europe, 4 million in Asia and 35 million in China-Horrible! Linda Civitello

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Reasons for the disease were not known but rather gossip was spread that the Jews harmed the water. The arrangement murder the Jews, how unpleasant, this began a movement to Eastern Europe and Poland, which turned into the Auschwitz in the 20 th century. Linda Civitello

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Italy-The Renaissance: 1000 years after the fall of the Roman Empire, Italians found and rediscovered the way of life and food of the exemplary Greeks and Romans. The Renaissance was described by an expansion in exchange and learning and thought for humanitism. The craftsmen of the day were: Michelangelo, Leonardo, Raphael, and Donatello Linda Civitello

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In the 16 th century, Italians were rich and intense The Medici Family was the most effective. The family went about as the go between Arab brokers in the East and Western Europe. They had so much cash they got to be investors and advanced cash. They were the eminence of the period that were not conceived nobles . The high society has "sensitive" meats, for example, partridges while the lower-class had bread. Linda Civitello

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Germany: The Printing Press In 1454, Johann Gutenberg concocted the printing press, a noteworthy achievement. The Chinese had developed one before yet with their mind boggling dialect it didn\'t function admirably. The primary book distributed The Bible Books of the time were about wellbeing and godlikeness. In 1474, the main cookbook was distributed in light of the fact that it was a medicinal and life prompt book that had formulas. Linda Civitello

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Germany: Martin Luther and the Protestant Reformation. In 1517 A German Monk, Martin Luther composed of the 95 shortcomings of the catholic church. The Pope banned Luther, so he couldn\'t get the holy observances. Later on, a few rulers ensured Luther for a long time while he deciphered the book of scriptures from Latin to German, so more individuals could read this loved report. Linda Civitello

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Portugal : The Rise in World Trade and The Quest for Spices Prince Henry was a guide and adored investigating. The Portuguese needed to figure out how to sidestep the Arabs and Italian armadas and source flavors and valuable things straightforwardly to remove the go between. They cruised south down the coast around the Cape of Good Hope and up the east bank of Africa, crosswise over untamed ocean east of India and touched base in Indonesia, then the Spice Islands. Linda Civitello

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The Chinese were searching for a shorter course to the Middle East. From 1405-1433 Admiral Zheng He went on seven voyages. After a political movement in which the traditionalist Confucian Scholars who did not have any desire to contaminate China by participating in business with nonnatives, Zheng resigned. The researchers pronounced it illicit to fabricate a boat with more than two poles, which made long-separate travel outlandish. Linda Civitello

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The American Empire: Think about this: In North or South America nobody had ever had measles, smallpox, diphtheria, or whooping hack (immunized not long after birth), nor mosquito borne intestinal sickness, or typhus which is spread by lice, or even as basic as the basic chilly. There were no weeds like crabgrass or dandelions. No cocoa or dark rats or honey bees. What did we do to the Americas? Linda Civitello

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There were a few societies in North America. They were in: Near present day St. Louis on the Mississippi In the Andes mountains in Peru Near the city now known as Mexico City They were held together by a mind boggling set of exchange courses. Sufficiently fascinating there were no trucks on the grounds that the local creatures couldn\'t be trained, as polar, grizzly, cocoa and mountain bears, Jaguars, lynxes, and wolves. Linda Civitello

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The Incas Ruled an expansive realm. From present day Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, to Chile. The Incas constructed streets and extensions (14,000 miles) There capital City was Cuzco at 11,444 feet above ocean level They embalmed their dead. They worked with the "Sweat of the sun", which was gold. No private responsibility for They developed quinoa, a grain Incas ate deer and a rabbit like creature called Vizcaha. Our hamburger jerky originates from the Incas since they air dried meat-llama. Linda Civitello

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Another staple was guinea pig which they tamed, it suggested a flavor like fishy pork, they said. They developed more than 3000 assortments of potato. They solidify dried potatoes. They put away water for future use. Corn from Mexico was a staple Inca nourishment. Curiously, their corn dislike our own, it had greater portions, and the taste and surface was distinctive. Tomatoes and Chile peppers were local to Peru. Linda Civitello

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Central America In 1325, the Mexicas or Aztecs touched base at what is currently Mexico City The Aztecs worshiped a sun god which requested a human give up day by day. The individual needed to stroll up ventures of a Pyramid to the sacred place, while alive their hearts were removed, as yet thumping and offered to the divine beings, whatever is left of the body was hurled down the means, isolated, stewed with maize and eaten. Human flesh consumption may have been a religion in those times. Aztecs loved the divine force of flame. Quite a bit of Mexico\'s cooking is from the Aztecs. Moms showed little girls how to cook and at thirteen they should be proficient cooks, similar to today? Linda Civitello

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Being a cook was hazardous, when their respectability kicked the bucket they were covered with them alive! A standout amongst the most imperative foodstuffs was chocolate (cacahuatl) from the seeds of the cocoa plant. Chocolate was the favored beverage which was intoxicated tepid. Protein originated from deer, rabbits, jackrabbits, mice, armadillos, snakes, gophers, opossums, and iguanas. (Dislike our own) were reproduced to be eaten. Water bugs, frogs, tadpoles, worm hatchlings were additionally eaten. Linda Civitello

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The Southwest: Very Ingenious: Ancient local individuals developed collective lodging for to perhaps 1000 individuals. They had a three-crop developing framework. The "three sisters" corn, beans, and squash: corn grew up, beans were trellised, and the enormous leaves of the squash would keep the ground sodden (mulch). Chiles contain capsaicin a dynamic fixing which animates torment in the mouth. Fire/sweat (David Letterman) Linda Civitello

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The $151,780 in 1991 U.S. Dollars would return 200 % benefit and Spain an extraordinary Nation-An exceptionally insightful speculation. Christopher Columbus, with the Nina, Pinta, and Santa Maria, set sail on August 2, 1492. They had sustenance for one year for the most part dried and salted. Rice, dried chickpeas, meat, pork,anchovies and sardines, barrels of olive oil and wine for 1 ½ liter for each day and hardtack, which was strong unleavened roll. They would supplement their weight control plans with fish if got. Cooking was held to a base, one pot suppers, best case scenario and rats, insects and lice were dependably there. On the underlying voyage from the Canary Islands, they were adrift for 33 days lastly saw land, they were on the Eastern Bahamas. Linda Civitello

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