What Did Normal People Eat in the Middle Ages? Tudor Monastery Farm Chronicle

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The team focuses on preparing the staple foods of everyday Tudor life: bread and ale. A hard-working Tudor farmer could expect to eat around 5 loaves of bread a week. The ale was drunk by all members of the family, including children, and was a source of important vitamins and minerals.

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