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8 hours ago, Eric Christian Berg said:

I gotta ask, what is a "Fatleaf Hotpot" (under Food)?

I'd be inclined to say a type of cabbage, grape leaves, or something like chard, perhaps wrapped around some chunk of meat, and served in a hot pot style.

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Your Glorantha May Vary, but this is my best guesses.

 

1. Fatleaf is a duck name, so we're basically talking stew made from something with feathers.

2. There's a plant called Fatleaf that is a major source of plant fats (ie like avocado or olives in our world) and that is the core of a stew together with barley,. cabbages, carrots and onions.

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26 minutes ago, Eric Christian Berg said:

Huh, "leaf fat" is the pork equivalent of suet. I wonder if that is what is being referred to?

Maybe it will be in Claudia Loroff's Glorantha cookbook project!

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