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What did knights eat in the Middle Ages?

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Answered 2014-09-08 05:21:00

Knights ate roasted pig, roasted chicken, a variety of fish, fruits and course baked breads among other things.

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(edit: Removed "turkey" from the list. Turkey is a north American species, and was unknown in Europe in the Middle Ages)

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