Five things restore one’s learning if one has forgotten it: bread roasted on coals, and certainly the coals themselves, a soft-boiled egg without salt, the regular use of olive oil and wine and spices, and the drinking of water which remains from kneading. Others say: dipping one’s finger in salt and eating this is also included.
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