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Making Tasty Fish Cakes – 18th Century Cooking Series  S1E10
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Making Tasty Fish Cakes – 18th Century Cooking Series S1E10

Soldiers in the 18th century were given rations of meat, either pork or beef, salt or fresh. Something else that they were given sometimes was fish, salted fish. So here we’ve got some salted cod we’re going to cook up

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War and Nation Building in Latin America: Crash Course World History 225
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War and Nation Building in Latin America: Crash Course World History 225

Hi, I’m John Green. This is Crash Course World History, and today we’re gonna return to two of our favorite themes: the creation of nation-states and the role of war. And we’re gonna focus on a region that often gets

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The True Messed Up Story of Pocahontas | Adam Ruins Everything
Which Yeast?:   18th Century Breads, Part 6. Cooking with Jas. Townsend and Son S2E17
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Which Yeast?: 18th Century Breads, Part 6. Cooking with Jas. Townsend and Son S2E17

For a couple of weeks now we’ve been anticipating doing an episode on cultivating wild yeast to make an 18th century sourdough bread but the more we did research the more it became apparent that this was not something that

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Baking Historic Mixed Grain Breads: 18th Century Cooking  S2E13
Ship’s Bisket – Hard Tack: 18th Century Breads, Part 1.   S2E12
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Ship’s Bisket – Hard Tack: 18th Century Breads, Part 1. S2E12

Throughout history, bread has been a vital staple of life. Archaeological evidence suggests that pre-neolithic cultures baked a very simple flat bread on hot stones and sourdough breads have been made for millennia. First century Romans observed the Celts of

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South Africa : A Shorthand History
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South Africa : A Shorthand History

Music The sea route between Europe and India via the Cape of Good Hope was dominated by the Portuguese in the 15th century. Their initial exploration of a route via the Cape was undertaken by Bartholomew Diaz, who erected three

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Cornbread:  18th Century Breads, Part 3. S2E14
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Cornbread: 18th Century Breads, Part 3. S2E14

In our last episode, we covered mixed breads. These mixed grain breads were made with other grains in addition to wheat to make a cheaper loaf for laborers. These breads were promoted to ease the demand on wheat in Great

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Can We Cook 18th Century Food?
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Can We Cook 18th Century Food?

Halllllo. Hi. I’m Natalie. I’m Tara. And this is Natalie and Tara Try Stuff. Surprise. You didn’t know thats what this show was. Today, okay we’re both super super excited because there is this channel. Oh my God. That we

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Feature History – Opium Wars
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Feature History – Opium Wars

Trade deficits, political pussy-footing, and hardcore drugs. Welcome to the Opium Wars. (♪) Hi, and welcome to Feature History, featuring the Opium Wars. In this video we’re going to be detailing the causes of these wars, explaining the aftermath of

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