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   Diereville notes in the account of his 1699-1700 trip to Acadia that the traditional soup included turnips, cabbage, and a slice of pork.  At the start of winter, they usually butchered hogs and stored salted pork in a barrel for the winter.  (Diereville, p. 108)  

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