Baking An Ancient Roman Cheesecake

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Nathalie Choubineh
by Tasting History with Max Miller
published on 02 September 2021
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The placenta is a Roman layered cheese-loaf, suggested by some scholars to be a precursor of today's pizza. A later adaptation of the Greek plakous, it has a recipe handed down to us by Cato the Elder, which, in this video, is put into practice and tasting and a delightful interrogation by Max Miller.

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Miller, T. H. w. M. (2021, September 02). Baking An Ancient Roman Cheesecake. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/video/2640/baking-an-ancient-roman-cheesecake/

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Miller, Tasting History with Max. "Baking An Ancient Roman Cheesecake." World History Encyclopedia. Last modified September 02, 2021. https://www.worldhistory.org/video/2640/baking-an-ancient-roman-cheesecake/.

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Miller, Tasting History with Max. "Baking An Ancient Roman Cheesecake." World History Encyclopedia. World History Encyclopedia, 02 Sep 2021. Web. 21 Sep 2021.