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She troarag yn-ee 'sy dooie Brassica oleracea eh caayl blaa ny collish. Son y chooid smoo, ta sleih gee y dhossan blaaghey bane. She mooinjer caayl, caaylag, callish Rangagh as lossreeyn elley t'ayn.

Haink caayl blaa ass Iddaal, foddee. Haink ad dys y Rank 'sy 16oo eash, as t'ad ry-akin ayns lioar Olivier de Serres' Théâtre de l'agriculture (1600), myr cauli-fiori.[1][2] Ta feanish ayn dy row caayl blaa cadjin rish 1651, rish cur magh lioar aarlee Frangagh Le cuisinier françois.[3][4] Rish eash Louis XIV ny Frank v'ad ry-akin ayns lhongaghyn thieyn ooasle.[5]

Imraaghyn[reagh]

  1. Barbara Ketcham Wheaton (1996). Savoring the Past: the French kitchen and table from 1300 to 1789 (Baarle), 66.
  2. Olivier de Serres (1600). Théâtre de l'agriculture (Frangish), 485.
  3. Barbara Ketcham Wheaton (1996). Savoring the Past: the French kitchen and table from 1300 to 1789 (Baarle), 118.
  4. François Pierre La Varenne (1651). Le Cuisinier françois (Frangish).
  5. Maguelonne Toussaint-Samat (2009). A History of Food, 2ah (Baarle), 625.

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