Food and Drink

Food and Drink

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An expatriate from the east can find familiar foods in the inns and taverns of the Calabas. If he ventures into Bloodstone or the other districts of Graywall, he can find more disturbing fare. Most of it is perfectly edible, though many Droaamites like their meat to be squirming. Other dishes are incompatible with the human digestive tract. Trolls like to chew dried carrion crawler tendrils, which can paralyze a typical human. Many dishes are also served with a tiny ooze, which is swallowed to help digestion. However, sto¬ries have circulated that tell of poorly prepared oozes eating their way out of a diner’s stomach.

The Daughters of Sora Kell provide their laborers with basic sustenance, which is served at dining halls known as “grist mills.” This name is drawn from the primary dish—a form of ground meat called grist, prepared in stew, pie, or sausage form. Grist is tough and has a sour taste that dwarves find espe¬cially offensive, but it is filling and the mills have a seemingly endless supply. Few laborers have any idea what grist comes from, and of those who do, few seem to care. Visitors though might be disturb though by the noises and smells coming from under the floors upon visiting a grist mill.

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Food and Drink

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