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Tudor Food And Drink. By Mimi and Eloise . Contents. Facts about Tudor food Scurvy Tudor meat Leftover food Drinks. Facts about Tudor food. Three quarters of the Tudor diet was meat Vegetables were not popular Tudor food was much sweeter than ours Tudors cooked over an open fire.

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Tudor Food And Drink

By Mimi and Eloise


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Contents

  • Facts about Tudor food

  • Scurvy

  • Tudor meat

  • Leftover food

  • Drinks


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Facts about Tudor food

  • Three quarters of the Tudor diet was meat

  • Vegetables were not popular

  • Tudor food was much sweeter than ours

  • Tudors cooked over an open fire


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Scurvy

In the Tudor times hardly anyone

ate fruit or vegetables, because

they ate lots of meat instead.

So there was a illness which went

round called scurvy.

Scurvy means you haven't had

enough vitamin C.


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Tudor Meat

Most people ate well. The main part of each meal

was meat. This could be beef, lamb, pork, rabbit,

deer, goat or wildfowl. Rich people even ate peacock and swans.


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Leftovers

In the Tudor times they cooked a lot

of food so there was usually a lot

of leftovers. These leftovers went to

the servants. If there was still leftovers

they would of gone to the poor and the

beggars on the street.


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Tudor Drinks

In the Tudor times they

drank red wine but they

made it much weaker by adding water.


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