garum


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garum

(ˈɡɛərəm)
n
(Cookery) (in ancient Rome) a fermented fish sauce
References in classic literature ?
Tulliver cried a little in a trickling, quiet way as she put on her nightcap; but presently sank into a comfortable sleep, lulled by the thought that she would talk everything over with her sister Pullet to-morrow, when she was to take the children to Garum Firs to tea.
He was addressing his followers in Booni and Garum Chashma.
Around 60,000 followers had gathered at Garum Chasma and 80,000 in Booni to listen to their spiritual leader.
Il a precise qu'une expedition sous-marine avait trouve des rues, des monuments et une centaine de reservoirs utilises pour produire du garum, un condiment fermente a base de poisson, apprecie parla Rome antique.