The index below covers a range of Middle-English terms used in medieval English cooking texts. Included are some of the more unusual spelling variants for modern words, English words still in use but considered archaic or old fashioned, and words common to England that may be unknown elsewhere (e.g. the names of English river fish).
iblaunched : Blanched.
iboiled : Boiled.
icorne : Cored. Most likely a transcription or copying error for "icorue".
icorue : Cored.
ifonded : Melted. (from French)
igrated : Grated.
ihewe : Hewn, Chopped.
ihewed : Hewn, Chopped.
ioiss : Juice.
iquarterid : Quartered.
isode : Boiled.
isop : Hyssop (Hyssopus officinalis). A member of the mint family.
iuce : Juice.
iuschelle (also: jussel) : Soup. (from Latin)
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