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New Foods and Appetites. By: Brad, Jake, and Michael. Peasant Foods and Appetite. Dark Bread Just Price Bread Riots Produce and Milk. Peasant Foods and Appetites. Meat Hunting Laws For Nobles and large Landowners Peasants barely affected. Small Traders and Artisans.

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New foods and appetites

New Foods and Appetites

By: Brad, Jake, andMichael.


Peasant foods and appetite

Peasant Foods and Appetite

  • Dark Bread

  • Just Price

    • Bread Riots

  • Produce and Milk


Peasant foods and appetites

Peasant Foods and Appetites

  • Meat

  • Hunting Laws

    • For Nobles and large Landowners

    • Peasants barely affected


Small traders and artisans

Small Traders and Artisans

  • Markets provide variety

    • Bread and beans main diet still

  • Nobles carnivorous

    • Long dinners


New available diets

New Available Diets

  • Columbian Exchange

  • Potato

    • Vitamins

    • Higher caloric yield/acre

  • Citrus introduced, yet expensive still

  • Sugar and Tea

    • Consumed by all classes


New available diets1

New Available Diets

  • Expanded slave labor overseas

    • Chocolate

    • Coffee

    • Tobacco

  • Peasant imitate upperclass

  • Constant work

    • Need for stimulant

    • Fights fatigue, monotony


New consumer society

New Consumer Society

By: Brad, Jake, and Michael


Consumer revolution

Consumer Revolution

  • What?

  • Birth to new type of society

  • Individuality and self-expression

    • Clothing

    • Not supply and demand

      • Inciting demand


Clothing

Clothing

  • Merchants create new styles

    • Royalty leads way

      • Imitation

      • Diversifies fashion

  • Cheaper copies

  • Larger in dense population


Men and women

Men and Women

  • Primarily a female phenomenon

  • Women > Men

  • Men start to dress more vibrantly


Changes in homes

Changes In Homes

  • Used to be:

    • Cramped

    • Same room-multiple purpose

  • 18th Century:

    • Rents up

    • More privacy

    • Barriers


Changes in homes1

Changes in Homes

  • Utensils

  • Books and print

  • Coal stoves


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