Thanks to the modern food ship analysis, British scientists were able to find out what peasants in medieval Europe ate, as well as interesting ways to cut meat and recycling.
Dishes from the table of the vicarage and the aristocrats were known before that, thanks to the fact that the food preferences of the upper class people were documented.
As for the peasants, the isotope analysis came to the rescue.
It turned out that in the Middle Ages, people were responsible for the diet: on tables, the main course was a stew meat (lamb and beef) with vegetables (onions and cabbage).
Also in the Middle Ages, beloved and dairy products, mostly – green cheese. Even humans were not wild to eat fish and fruit.
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