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Was cornbread a revolutionary war food?
yes, it was. That was mainly what they ate.
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Answer by smoking the meats canning fruits and vegies also salting meat to make jerky
Bread, beef, pork, milk, beer, butter, vinegar, peas and other beans made up most meals. They provided needed nutrients to deal with harsh winters and intense fighting.
Cornbread and stew
they ate mainly crops, and fruit. they sometimes ate some meat also. they would drink beer and wine. i hope my answer helps you find what your looking for!
My sister told me once that since food suply was low, they had to eat spam or rice. I'm not sure if that's true but, i . She also said that that's why not much people in the S…tates like spam, but i love spam. It's like one of those foods you'll find everywhere here in Hawaii. Especially the spam musubi. fruits and vegitables
tea, salt, sugar
People in the south grew corn as a major crop so they used the corn to make cornbread and other dishes with corn.
your moms casorole (it was good)
Typically a Revolutionary War soldier's diet would consist of hardtack, an extremely hard square of bread and, if they were lucky, salted meat. Hardtack was hard enough to chi…p teeth, and so it was often dipped in water, rum, or stew in order to soften it up. A continuous shortage of salt early in the war meant that soldiers had to rely on fresh meat, either from sulters or from cows simply brought into camp to slaughter. As the war moved south, and the British cut off their supplies, conditions progressively got worse and worse.
anything from there shoes to cat
food which could be eaten and was hot food, but sometimes it was very cold
Some of the food they made were, corn, syrup and rice
Probably less than 30 %. Most of Washington's troops carried their own food or foraged; there was not an organized supply of food (think of the starving troops at Valley Forge…, Winter of 1777 - 1778), and note that without refrigeration, most food spoiled quickly - with most of the war was fought in the north - central Jersey - PA, food from the south was not easily transported to the troops.