just saying recipes aren’t part of the scientific method.
What year would you say the scientific method was devised?
Eve Moran
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You’re the expert, Eve, and I’m sure you’re ready to school me — which it’s worth noting is one common attribute of a lay positivist identified in that essay What Science Is Not I pointed you to. Anyway, I can Google with the best of them, and the earliest date I can come up with is 965–1039 AD, Ibn al-Haytham “a polymath considered by some to be the father of modern scientific methodology, due to his emphasis on experimental data and reproducibility of it’s results” (Wikipedia). I could be wrong, but I suspect cooking started before that.

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