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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ancient_Egyptian_cuisine

The cuisine of ancient Egypt covers a span of over three thousand years, but still retained many consistent traits until well into Greco-Roman times. The staples of both poor and wealthy Egyptians were bread and beer, often accompanied by green-shooted onions, other vegetables, and to a lesser extent meat, game and ...

www.historyextra.com/feature/ancient-egypt/history-extra-explains-what-did-people-eat-ancient-egypt

Sep 22, 2014 ... What did people eat in Ancient Egypt? The River Nile had a regular cycle that gave Egypt her three seasons: the time of inundation (when the land was covered with water), the time of coming forth (when the crops sprouted in the fertile fields), and the time of summer (when the harvested ground baked ...

www.insidescience.org/news/what-did-ancient-egyptians-really-eat

May 8, 2014 ... Although previous sources found the ancient Egyptians to be pretty much vegetarians, until this new research it wasn't possible to find out the relative amounts of the different foods they ate. Was their daily bread really daily? Did they binge on eggplants and garlic? Why didn't someone spear a fish?

egypt.mrdonn.org/food.html

Pharaoh wanted his people to eat well. Except for a ... Beer did not have very high alcoholic content, but it was very nutritional, and a most important part of the ancient Egyptian daily diet. Beer was ... They ate pigs for a while, but the priests decided that pigs were not a good thing to eat, and pork was removed from their diet.

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Jun 14, 2017 ... Because Egypt is in Africa, but very close to West Asia, what people ate in ancient Egypt was midway between African and West Asian food. Wheat, barley, and olive oil, all originally came from West Asia. Those foods gave Egyptians most of their calories, but Egyptians also ate figs, palm oil, millet and ...

www.history.com/news/hungry-history/eat-like-an-egyptian

Oct 18, 2013 ... From grains like emmer and kamut to cloudy beer and honey-basted gazelle, this week's Hungry History focuses on the meals of ancient Egypt. ... But ancient Egyptians did not survive on carbohydrates alone: Hunters could capture a variety of wild game, including hippos, gazelles, cranes as well as ...

www.historyonthenet.com/the-egyptians-food

When the river flooded, mud and silt was deposited onto the surrounding area. This soil was rich and fertile and made good farming land. The main crops grown were wheat and barley. Ancient Egypt making bread. Wheat was made into bread which was one of the main foods eaten by both rich and poor ancient Egyptians.

www.touregypt.net/featurestories/diet.htm

Egypt: The Diet (food) of the Ancient Egyptians. ... Doubtless, ancient Egypt's probably eat better than many others in the ancient world. After all, KMT, a name for ancient Egypt refers to ... We only know of Egyptian plums from the New Kingdom, and the peach does not show up until the Ptolemaic (Greek) period. Olives were ...

www.perankhgroup.com/Food%20and%20Drinks%20in%20Ancient%20Egypt.htm

Most people sat around a reed mat on the floor to eat – although some of the more wealthy people had tables. The ancient Egyptians had their own rules about how to behave while eating. Wash your hands! Ancient Egyptians washed their hands before they ate – they did this by dipping them in a bowl of water. Use your ...