Stew pond

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A stew pond or stew is a fish pond used to store live fish ready for eating.[1]

During the Middle Ages, stews were often attached to monasteries, to supply fish over the winter.

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  1. ^ Nash, Colin (2011) The History of Aquaculture p. 28–29, John Wiley and Sons. ISBN 978-0-8138-2163-4.

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