What Did They Eat in Medieval Times?

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Meat was very popular and although it had weird names, (fried pig's head) it tasted good. Beef and mutton (lamb), venison or deer meat, was eaten a lot too and so were poultry, game and wild birds. People liked eating vegetables like onions, garlic and herbs that they would pick from the castle garden. These were eaten with meat or fish.
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