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arak

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Arabic;

anise‐ and liquorice‐flavoured spirit. Also used generally in the Middle and Far East to mean any one of a variety of spirits, often distilled from fermented dates or palm...

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glycyrrhizin

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The main sweet tasting compound (a glycoside) in liquorice root, used as an artificial sweetener.

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market gardening

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There was little need for market gardening in medieval society since towns were small, and monasteries and large estates supplied most of their own needs. But in London gardeners petitioned...

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Pontefract cake

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A round, flat sweetmeat made from liquorice, originally made in Pontefract in England; also called pomfret.

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