What Did the Tudors Eat?

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The Tudors were a dynasty of Kings and Queens who ruled the UK from 1485 to 1603. The Tudors totally relied on fresh food such as vegetables in season, fish, bread, flowers such as primroses, sugar and honey, fruits, and meat.
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The Tudors lacked means of preserving their food therefore they always ate it fresh. The rich ate meat, high-quality bread, fruits and vegetables, drank ale instead of water which was mostly unfit. The poor drank soup known as pottage and only ate meat when they could afford.
The staple diet consisted of meat and bread. They also had fish, vegetables, herbs and flowers.
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they ate bread, cheese or onions but some Tudors eat meat lot like rich Tudors
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Hey Karina, I am hardly a historian of baking however I happen to be a mean researcher so here are some links to websites that may help you find what your looking for. Well I hope
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The diet varied greatly on whether you were affluent or poor. In most cases, they didn't drink water because it was dirty, so young children drank milk (once they were weaned from
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