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At Table with the Lord - Foods of the First Century By E.G. Lewis,

  • Title: At Table with the Lord - Foods of the First Century
  • Author: E.G. Lewis
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 275
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Relying upon the Bible and extensive research for his popular Seeds of Christianity Series, E G Lewis presents an interesting and informative study on foods, cooking and day to day life in the early Christian era All major food groups are covered in specific chapters on Spices Herbs, Fruits Nuts, Grains, Vegetables, Salad Greens, Fish Fowl, Meat, MilkRelying upon the Bible and extensive research for his popular Seeds of Christianity Series, E G Lewis presents an interesting and informative study on foods, cooking and day to day life in the early Christian era All major food groups are covered in specific chapters on Spices Herbs, Fruits Nuts, Grains, Vegetables, Salad Greens, Fish Fowl, Meat, Milk Cheese, Sweets, and even one on What They Didn t Have Includes bonus chapters on Aviculture, Apiculture, Olive Oil, Manna, the Gladiator s Diet and lots of Recipes to Try at Home.
    At Table with the Lord Foods of the First Century Relying upon the Bible and extensive research for his popular Seeds of Christianity Series E G Lewis presents an interesting and informative study on foods cooking and day to day life in the early C

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    1. Have you ever wondered what Jesus and the apostles ate and drank Perhaps you ve seen movies of gladiators and wondered what foods they ate to keep them healthy Or maybe you ve eaten a Caesar s salad and wondered what the Caesars had on their plates E G Lewis s At Table with the Lord Foods of the First Century is a fascinating collection of essays, revealing, amongst other things, what might have been in Mary s cupboard, how ancient beer was made, what sort of figs grew in Israel, and what sort o [...]

    2. The writing is sometimes unclear or weak, but I learned a lot about ancient foods and I m tempted to try a couple of the recipes.

    3. A very short but interesting exploration of what foods Jesus and his contemporaries might have eaten, and how it might have been prepared It explores a little bit of Kashrut dietary rules, and discusses variants of the foods we know today vs the variety that was available at the time Includes a few ancient Roman recipes To me, the most interesting part was the discussion of Manna what it might have been, where it came from and how it s used today.

    4. This is a very interesting book It gives fascinating facts about, and insights into, foods available in the first century It has an array of recipes at the end of the book.It is well researched and well written, a joy to read.

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