What Did Early Settlers Eat?

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When the early settlers arrived in America, they brought their own cooking traditions with them, but also had to adapt to their new surroundings. For protein, the settlers ate anything they could hunt or fish, learning from the natives how to do this more effectively. Meat and fish were salted to preserve through long cold winters. They also ate vegetables they grew, namely native plants such as corn and root vegetables. The settlers did bake bread over fires, and made some ales. Milk was made into butter and cheese, and most just drank water.
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The early humans had to eat what was available around them. They ate plants, and berries. They also ate meat and had to hunt for their dinner.
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