What Did People Eat in the 1800's?

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In the 1800s, people ate things like rice, corn, bacon, vegetables, pickles, oatmeal and bacon. Some the cooking methods that they used were boiling, frying, stewing, roasting and baking. They also preserved their foods through drying, salting and drying.
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In the 1800s people ate mostly meat since processed foods had not come about yet. They would generally eat deer, buffalo, pork, raccoon and squirrel.
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your big head says that they would eat meats, fruits, breads, and sweets. if you dont have a big head then i'm afraid your at a loss.
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People did the weirdest things in the 1800s, like go on a pickles and
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I'm presuming:Lots of corn based dishes-Corn tortillas, boiled corn with spices, roasted corn on the cob and other dishes that use other varieties of corn (hominy and maybe a certain
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