You decide to make the crust yourself, because you are a total keener. Recipes for pie crusts in the middle ages are few and far between, because it was assumed to be one of those things that any cook already knew. Most sources agree that crusts were usually a simple mix of flour and water, sometimes with fat or butter added to make them lighter. You decide to use the recipe found at http://www.nicolezoltack.com/medieval_recipes.html, as it matches that description quite well. You decide to omit the pepper, though, as that would be more suitable for meat pies and the like.
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