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Pepper is ground with cumin, The Romans ate three meals during a typical day. The first meal (breakfast) was called the "ientaculum." It was usually eaten around sunrise and consisted of bread and maybe some fruit. The next meal (lunch) was called the "prandium". The prandium was a very small meal eaten around 11 AM. The main meal of the day was the "cena." It was eaten in the afternoon.eggs and mix until you have a smooth mass. Season with Liquamen, since the eggs cannot be sliced and placed on a dish in advance. ***Add the rice, bread and vegetables. Often the meal consisted of the leftovers of the previous day's cena.
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