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BeoirFinder 24 Jul 16
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merryn Jul 5
Replying to @mooregroup
Our stone trough mash was inspired by the demonstration of trough mashing. They used a wonderful wooden trough based upon Bronze Age at the World Archaeology Conference in Dublin in 2008. Over ten years ago. Nice photo here of their mash with hot rocks.
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An Bácús Beag 24 Aug 18
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Terenure College 11 May 17
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An Bácús Beag Aug 22
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FoodStorIEs 24 May 12
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Deep Maps Cork 12 Mar 16
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FoodStorIEs 23 May 12
what delightful do the hunter/gatherers have for ! Yum yum
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An Bácús Beag 1 Nov 18
about to meet the mighty 🔥 @ An Bácús Beag - The Little Bakery
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Heritage Park 23 May 12
Taste buds ready demonsatration this Saturday&Sunday !
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Sarah Ward 19 Feb 15
Mystery of the Middle Bronze Age Fulacht Fiadh
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Benjamin Gearey 1 Jun 18
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FoodStorIEs 26 May 12
Getting the stones heated for the
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merryn 25 Aug 18
The original fulacht fiadh as a mash tun experiment. Hot rocks used to heat the mash. Ancient technology.
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An Bácús Beag 2 Nov 18
First up about to feel the heat from the mighty 🔥 @ An Bácús Beag - The Little Bakery
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Denis McGoldrick 4 Jun 13
Replying to @Gill_i_bix
Those of us who had Pat Fahy actually were!
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eachtra 5 Apr 17
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Wendy W. Kavanagh 18 Sep 12
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An Bácús Beag Aug 21
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Wendy W. Kavanagh 4 Sep 12
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