Did parents have to eat there children in the middle ages?
parents in the middle ages most likely did not eat there children but if they were dire enough the could have but most would chose not to eat there own children because like today parents love there children in most cases
Usually bread and milk. If not, adults would usually eat tussled sheep meat, or other foods.
In the middle ages nuns would eat fish, fruit, turnips, legumes. They also would eat eggs, onions, melons and bread.
Yes they did eat loads and loads.....
Christian clergy are not limited as to what they can eat. In the Middle Ages, the clergy ate the same foods as were eaten in the culture and local community in which they lived.
they ate fish
The poor got raw vegtables and hardly anything at all to eat during the middle ages.
Colonists weren't in New York during the middle ages!
No, the potato is a new world species and was not introduced into Europe until after the Middle Ages ended.
What did the peasants eat in the medieval times
There are quite a few things that people during the middle ages would eat at a wedding. Meats of all kinds are included.
The vast majority of monks in the Middle Ages were Benedictines. Benedictines were forbidden by the Rule of St. Benedict to eat anything before mid-day.
Anything that they can eat, or if they have parents, anything their parents can give them.
During the middle ages, corn had not yet been introduced to europe from the new world
innkeepers ate fish
the kings and nobles would eat suger.
they would probably eat bread or porrige
yes people did eat dolphin and still do!!
The same things their parents drank! Children would even drink the alcoholic beverages left in their parents glasses and get drunk. Back then, people did not realize that children can be poisoned much more easily than adults, and that they should not eat and drink everything that an adult does. But they also had non alcoholic drinks which were mostly drank by the children.blah blah blah what?haha mad scaredy pants u f*ck
No. In the middle ages in Europe people did eat door mice.
No. They cooked their food.
Food. Preferably edible food.
Most people in the middle ages (medieval ages) did not eat breakfast because they were continuing their "fast" from dinner. (This only applies to some people.) If you did eat breakfast you would eat nuts, berries, and eggs. If you didn't eat breakfast you would still have a chance to eat at your midmorning meal which usually consisted of the same stuff, (nuts berries and eggs.)
No, it uses potatoes and they didn't eat potatoes in the middle ages. They weren't introduced in Europe until much later.
Yes. Eggs were very important as a protein source in the Middle Ages, as even poor people could afford them most of the time.
they ate ham, furit, and bread
Bread, porridge, veggies, and some meats
they put them in their mouths, chewed and swallowed
Eat, hunt, fight, farm, party, live, and die.
food that they grew on their farm such as beats and tomatoes
the way it was meant to be eaten... with their fingers!
During the Middle Ages peasants were not highly respected, nor considered superiour people. Therefore the food they ate was unfresh, dirty, or old.
A pope would eat different meats, poultry, bread, vegetables, etc.
because they didnt have silver ware
Mainly fruits and vegetables that they grew in their cloister's gardens.
Porrige, bread and cheese, maybe greul.
Probably grass or if there lucky gruel. (vegetables)
clinics spenich and rice top of it a lot of wine
they eat pants (=
They had to hunt to get something to eat. If they didn't, they would starve.
Mainly Food sometimes es h i t
Lots of meaty meat and no veg's's's's's's
what did people eat on spechal occations in the middle ages
Most people of the Middle Ages did not eat dessert as a standard meal course. Fruit was sweetened with honey, and this was a sort of dessert. During the High Middle Ages, however, sugar was introduced as a luxury item, and by the Late Middle Ages, rich people began to eat various things that could be made with it. These items included sweet pastries, custards, fritters, waffles, crepes, tarts, and sweet puddings. Ice cream is… Read More
The Middle Ages was a time when little else was thought of but surviving to the next day. Only base essentials, such as work, eat and sleep were ever done.
in the middle ages kings ,popes,knights and more ate fish and vegtables that the peasant's grew
easy and simple eat pray and go to bed
Mostly Wine Bread and alot of foods made from barley
Big pieces of bread or a slap of wood.
hay, grass, general stuff like that