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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ancient_Egyptian_cuisine

Food could be prepared by stewing, baking, boiling, grilling, frying, or roasting. Spices and herbs were added for flavor, though the former were expensive imports and therefore confined to the tables of the wealthy. Food such as meats was mostly preserved by salting, and dates and raisins could be ...

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 ...

egypt.mrdonn.org/food.html

Pharaoh wanted his people to eat well. Except for a few sacred animals, there was nothing to stop the people from gathering and growing food. No one went hungry in ancient Egypt. Food was roasted and boiled, and fried and dried, and baked and blended. They had plenty of fresh food to keep them healthy thanks to the ...

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

May 8, 2014 ... (ISNS) -- Did the ancient Egyptians eat like us? ... If you eat a lot of C3 plants, the concentration of carbon-13 isotopes in your body will be lower than if your diet consisted mainly of C4 plants. ... Most people would probably expect the ancient Egyptians living along the Nile to have eaten loads of fish.

www.historyonthenet.com/the-egyptians-food

Although Egypt is a hot, desert country where the lack of water makes it difficult to grow crops and raise animals, the annual flooding of the river Nile (inundation) between the months of June and September made the Nile Valley one of the most fertile areas of the ancient world. When the river flooded, mud and silt was ...

quatr.us/egypt/people-eat-ancient-egypt.htm

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.

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

Parents have been telling kids how to act at the dinner table for thousands of years. Ancient Egypt was no different, but the manners (and food) were quite different back then… 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 ...

www.historyforkids.net/egyptian-food.html

Egyptian Food. When you look at the country of Egypt, you see large areas of dry hot desert. The Egyptians did have one thing going for them: The River Nile. Each year, the river would flood, covering areas with rich thick silt and mud. This was necessary for them because it brought fertilizers to the land. The Nile water was ...