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Cockle bread

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Cockle bread was prepared by English women in the 17th century to be given to a loved one. The dough was kneaded with the woman’s buttocks and ‘sculpted’ to form an impression of her vulva. The baked bread was then given to a man whom the woman was in love with to be used as a love charm or aphrodisiac. A nursery rhyme appeared some two hundred years later that was similar to the words that the woman repeated while kneading the bread.

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