Panem et Circensis
Bread was the staple of the Roman diet. Before it was popular people mostly ate a porridge-like meal known as "pulsum". Bread rose into prominence very fast and soon replaced pulsum as the main part of the Roman diet. The varieties of bread were sheer endless. You could find it in any forms, shapes, sizes and tastes. Romans did love their spices. They added them to everything and did so in extreme amounts. People today often get confused about just how money different spices and herbs are found in a simple meal when eating authentic Roman. The same is true for bread. Romans used to spice their bread with many different flavors and herbs.
If you too want to experience how real Roman bread tasted like or just want to try something new in the kitchen, then this spice blend it just the right item for you to have! It contains aniseed, cumin and bay leaves. The recipe is original and dates back to the 2nd century A.D.
It also makes for a great gadget for children that like baking and history! Baking is fun on its own but its even more fun with a hint of history.
In Mustaceos Details
- Contains: 40g spice mixture
- Ingredients: anise, cumin, bay leaf
- Allergen Note: none
- Country of manufacture: Germany
- Storage and use instructions: Store in a dry place
- Comes in an eco friendly paper bag
Manufacturer: Annette Böhm, August-Stieren-Str. 4a, D-45721 Haltern am See