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During the Medieval Times bread was often used in place of pasta in broth. In fact at the time the dishes were not very common, there were few and almost always made of metal, reserved only among the nobles and the rich, while for all the others "the plate" was made up of a large, wide slice of bread which where supported as the flow rates. At the end of the meal, the bread was soaked with juice and seasonings and was donated to the servants who put it in pot with vegetables and broth to obtain a tasty hot dish.
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