What Foods Did the Ancient Greeks Eat?


The Greeks ate mostly the Mediterranean triad, wheat, olive oil and wine. They also grew vegetables, particularly legumes (lentils as well as other beans, peas, chickpeas). The Greeks never ate meat except that which was sacrificed to a god, or hunted in the wild.
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The ancient Greeks ate a healthy diet such as: grains, wheat, fruit, vegetables, barley, breads and cake. They also grew olives, grapes, figs and wheat and they also kept goats, for milk as well as cheese.
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