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Lithuanians loved beef since the olden times but it was perfected by Bona Sforza, the Italian wife of Sigismund I the Old. Bona Sforza grew exotic herbs and vegetables in manor’s gardens.

16th century nobility grew potatoes in botanical gardens as a rarity. Potatoes were sometimes used for medicine, while their blossoms were used for decoration. Only a century later potatoes became a delicacy on nobility’s tables.

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