This thesis contains the first edition of the cook book "ain weizz gemùess oder ain weizz chost mach also" from the manuscript Cgm 415. The manuscript, which can be found at the Bavarian State Library in Munich, dates from the first half of the 15th century and was written on paper in a Gothic cursive script, called Bastarda. The manuscript contains two fascicles written by two different hands. The anonymous cook book is located in the first fascicle containing 165 recipes with a dietetic background: Many of these recipes are ascribed to famous arabic medics (Serapion, Rhazes, Avicenna). A couple of recipes seem to derive from Italy, especially from the region of Veneto or rather from the former republic of Venice at the beginning of the 15th century. Furthermore it?s quite evident that many recipes offer alternative cooking instructions and ingredients in order to adapt them to European lifestyle.The edition is based on the concept of the ?Graz dynamic edition?. This multi-level model, containing facsimiles of the manuscript, a descriptive basic transliteration, and a so called reading text; it?s completed by a graphemic inventory, in which all types of graphs and symbols used by the scribe are documented and categorized. Since it provides not only a standardized text, but a maximum of paleographic and graphetic informations too, this edition may be used for multifold aims of research, in addition to content-based analyses. Additionaly, this thesis contains a glossary, which should be helpful for the translation and understanding of culinary terms, and an index of recipes.