17th Century Ship's Food.

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  1. Keith H.

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    Good links, thank you. Appreciated.
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    I just made my first batch ever of hard tack. It's also known as ship's biscuit because this is one of the things they would store on the ships.

    It's currently in the oven.

    When it comes out, I'll see what it tastes like.

    Wish me luck!
     
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