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Elizabethan England Food/Drink

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jessica weisensel

on 1 February 2013

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Drink Water.
They also drank wine and milk.
Wine-Caudle
The wine was kept cool in a copper tub full of water. Food Major part of life in the Elizabethan times.
Breakfast was the most important meal.
They had many ways of preparing the food.
They had a variety of foods they ate. Elizabethan England Three meals a day: breakfast,lunch, and dinner. Breakfast They ate pancakes,eggs, and bread.
Manchets
Elizabethans usually put jam and powered sugar on their pancakes.
They believed that breakfast was the most important meal of the day and it was the most healthy. Lunch This meal consist of 3 foods.
It is served with a cup of wine or beer.
This meal was enjoyed at 2:00 or 3:00 in the afternoon. Dinner Setting the table.
This meal consisted of fish, various salads, vegetables,sweet meats, and fruit.
Elizabethans liked fine linens. Food and Drink Elizabethan England Elizabethan England Food and Drink By: Jessica Weisensel Websites http://www2.springfield.k12.il.us/schools/springfield/eliz/elizfood.html http://www.elizabethan-era.org.uk/elizabethan-food.htm http://www.elizabethi.org/us/food/
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