Talk:Larder

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This part does not make much sense: "In the northern hemisphere, most houses would arrange to have their larder and kitchen on the north or east side of the house where it received least sun. "

First of all, in the Northern hemisphere, ignoring shade trees and the like, the East and West sides receive the same amount of light and heat. The East side receives it earlier, which is an advantage as the larder has cooled overnight. Similar in the S. hemisphere. Carrionluggage 04:58, 27 January 2006 (UTC)