DailyDirt: Really Expensive (Or Just Time-Consuming) Foods

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Maybe you've heard that the word 'salary' comes from Roman soldiers being paid in salt. That's seems like a fuzzy bit of history, and no one actually knows with certainty how early Roman soldiers were paid, but at some point, they were paid with coinage -- or perhaps with some other kind of allowance to purchase salt. Luckily, most people don't get paid in spices anymore, but there are a few food items that are expensive enough that they could be used as currency. (And if you want to really get off the grid, you might want to know about how much it'll cost to really make everything yourself from scratch.) If you've been thinking about doing other things yourself, like learning how to code, take a look at our Daily Deals for a collection of online courses to help you program and/or master some professional skills.

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    JoeCool (profile), 11 Jan 2016 @ 8:43pm

    Re: Re: Re: Re: bee balm

    Traditional Darjeeling tea is a strong black tea. Given Earl Grey is a strong black tea with bergamot, it might be possible to confuse the two if the bergamot isn't typically strong as well.

    Modern Darjeeling tea now has green and white varieties to suit modern tastes. I myself prefer green and white teas to black teas. My own personal preference is a light green or white tea blended with fresh cut peppermint.

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