Since ancient times, prolonged cooking of fruit to reduce its volume has been used as a practical method of preserving fruit, although the development of inexpensive canning and refrigeration technologies in the nineteenth and twentieth century reduced the importance of the traditional approaches. The term used in ancient Greek was siraion. During the centuries of Roman hegemony, writers such as Pliny the Elder, the writer of Apicius and Columella also described the manufacturing process of the product to which they give various names depending on the degree of reduction from that of the original fresh ingredients, which typically was reduced to between a half and a third.
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“The settlement of America had its origins in the unsettlement of Europe. America came into existence when the European was already so distant from the ancient ideas and ways of his birthplace that the whole span of the Atlantic did not widen the gulf.”
—Lewis Mumford (18951990)
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Where the hinges let it move, were living things,
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Blue bit of polished glass, glued there by time:
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smiling carves dreams, bright cells
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