In the second half of the 11th century the oriental scholar Ibn ?azla composed the dietetic treatise Minh?? al-bay?n f?m? yasta ?miluh? al-'ins?n, which was translated into Latin in extracts in the late 13th century by Jamboninus of Cremona. This text was about 150 years later translated into Early New High German, which is the subject of this multi-level edition.The German text contains 82 dishes, which are not only presented by recipes but also by their effects and adverse reactions. Thereby the author draws upon the concept of the four temperaments, which was the general medical concept throughout the ancient and medieval ages.The púch von den chósten was written down in the Cgm 415, in which other culinary, oenologic and medical treatises are included. Besides them there's a second fascicle from another writer, which includes texts about magic, alchemy and astrology. All of these texts are written on paper in Gothic cursive script, called Bastarda.The edition is based on the concept of the Dynamic Edition from Andrea Hofmeister. It is a multi-level model, that provides not only a maximum of paleographic informations, but it contains also a reading text, which can be used for content-based analyses. Additionally, this thesis contains an index of ingredients (also the names of the dishes are included for the benefit of a quick overlook), a glossary and a graphemic inventory, in which all graphs and symbols used by the scribe are shown and described. Furthermore there is given a list of corrigenda, that refers to the edition of the same text publicated by Anna Martellotti in 2001.