During the Middle ages how were dishes ( plates, bowls, spoons, forks, etc ) washed, if indoor pluming
did not exist or did it. I am talking about serfs, nobles, and royalty clean their dishes after they have eaten.
maybe in a lake or a buket idk if they dint have pluming
With water.. And they can get water from a nearby river, lake or well
Ancient peoples found that their clothes got cleaner when they washed them at a certain point in the river. Do you know why?
Because human sacrifices were once made on the hills above this river. Bodies burned, water seeped through the wooden ashes to create lye. Once it mixed with the melted fat of the bodies, a thick white soapy discharge crept into the river.
Royalty didn't do dishes. Servants and poor people used any water available-a pond, river, well. Contaminated water was one reason disease was so rampant.
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Alot of food was served on bread shaped into plates and bowls. They just ate the "dirty dishes". I'm sure that is how servants children were fed. The silverware was wiped on a cloth. (I've caught my husband doing that shit.) When water wasn't available, people just licked or wiped the left over food off. Dogs were great for that.
Soap and water by hand, very much as we do today.
Water was always carried from some where to the house.
Serfs and peasants and regular people would do them themselvest others would have servants to do them.
In many places like India and other nations they will use sand or very fine stones, some with almost no water.
In India for example they have some wonderful copper-ware based on its ability to be cleaned in very fine sand and has a wonderful shine