Badge for the both the piece you link, which was great, and for the many other good bits on the site.
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yeah acoup is as good a way to waste an hour as i know of. it's what r/askhistorians could be if it hadn't been ruined by the academic influencepart 2 for anyone who wants it: https://acoup.blog/2020/07/31/collections-bread-how-did-they-make-it-part-ii-big-farms/
part 2 for anyone who wants it: https://acoup.blog/2020/07/31/collections-bread-how-did-they-make-it-part-ii-big-farms/
Out of curiosity, what do you think has been ruined on askhistorians?