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English translation: salt evaporated in pans / salt pans

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Polish term or phrase:sól warzona panwiowa
English translation:salt evaporated in pans / salt pans
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08:45 Jan 17, 2004
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Polish term or phrase: sól warzona panwiowa
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awdotia
Poland
Local time: 03:40
salt evaporated in pans / salt pans
Explanation:
Before the Roman invasion, there was a flourishing salt industry around the Wash where the salt was evaporated in pottery pans 60cm wide, 120cm long, and about 12mm thick supported on handbricks - rough cylinders 7-10mm long made by squeezing clay by hand, known as 'briquetage'
http://www.saltinstitute.org/sma.html

Wg Stanisławskiego panwia = panew = pan

Sprawdź też w posiadanych przez Ciebie słownikach hasło "pan"

Hartley Pans was the old name for Seaton Sluice, a name derived from the staple industry of salt making. Salt was produced at the mouth of the Seaton Burn as far back as 1236; sea water was evaporated in huge pans, heated by coal fires. The coal was gathered, open-cast fashion, between the Crag Point and Bates Hill, although it appears that in later years mined coal was used. At this time, the salt was dried and then carried in wains to Blyth to be transported to other parts of the country, and it wasn't until 1550 that salt was shipped from Hartley Haven. This chiefly went to Yarmouth and Hull, where it was used in the curing of herrings.



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evaporated pan-salt

French Gourmet-salt

French Gourmet salt is a pan salt obtained from underground salt layers in France, using a method dating back to Roman times. Its beautiful and characteristic salt crystals are formed by dissolving the salt and simmering the brine in big pans. These crispy salt crystals are free of additives and are of the highest natural (unrefined) quality, thereby ensuring a rich natural mineral taste.
French Gourmet-salt is excellently suited for both cooking and use in a saltcellar. The product is available in a bright-green, 350 g. carton.
http://www.akzonobelsalt.com/cgi-bin/hotlink.cgi?p=/english/...
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sól warzona panwiowa
salt evaporated in pans / salt pans


Explanation:
Before the Roman invasion, there was a flourishing salt industry around the Wash where the salt was evaporated in pottery pans 60cm wide, 120cm long, and about 12mm thick supported on handbricks - rough cylinders 7-10mm long made by squeezing clay by hand, known as 'briquetage'
http://www.saltinstitute.org/sma.html

Wg Stanisławskiego panwia = panew = pan

Sprawdź też w posiadanych przez Ciebie słownikach hasło "pan"

Hartley Pans was the old name for Seaton Sluice, a name derived from the staple industry of salt making. Salt was produced at the mouth of the Seaton Burn as far back as 1236; sea water was evaporated in huge pans, heated by coal fires. The coal was gathered, open-cast fashion, between the Crag Point and Bates Hill, although it appears that in later years mined coal was used. At this time, the salt was dried and then carried in wains to Blyth to be transported to other parts of the country, and it wasn't until 1550 that salt was shipped from Hartley Haven. This chiefly went to Yarmouth and Hull, where it was used in the curing of herrings.



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Note added at 1 hr 18 mins (2004-01-17 10:03:59 GMT)
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zastanawiam się też nad
evaporated pan-salt

French Gourmet-salt

French Gourmet salt is a pan salt obtained from underground salt layers in France, using a method dating back to Roman times. Its beautiful and characteristic salt crystals are formed by dissolving the salt and simmering the brine in big pans. These crispy salt crystals are free of additives and are of the highest natural (unrefined) quality, thereby ensuring a rich natural mineral taste.
French Gourmet-salt is excellently suited for both cooking and use in a saltcellar. The product is available in a bright-green, 350 g. carton.
http://www.akzonobelsalt.com/cgi-bin/hotlink.cgi?p=/english/...



    Reference: http://www.seaton-sluice.co.uk/content/salt.html
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