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What foods did the people of First Century Palestine eat?
What did Jesus eat?
fish, wine and meat more information: People in 1st Century Palestine ate a wide variety of both local and imported foods. Among others, the following were very common: olives, dates, figs, pomegranates and other fruit; vegetables; lamb, mutton, goats, poultry and other meats; fish of many kinds; breads and grains, cakes and other foods sweetened with honey; almonds, milk and various dairy products.
What type of foods did the Pilgrims possibly have on the first Thanksgiving?
The foods that the Pilgrims has on the first Thanksgiving, were much different from the foods that people now think of when the picture Thanksgiving dinner. The Pilgrims had deer and water fowl. They also had foods that they were able to grow, so they possibly had onions, nuts, berries, beans, squash, and cabbage.
Where do refined people live?
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What were 4 foods that came from the old world?
The Old World is the term for Africa, Asia and Europe, the continents known to people native to those areas prior to exploration towards the end of the fifteenth century. The foods know today to the Western world are all Old World foods; four such foods are wheat, apples, carrots and onions. Conversely, the New World - the Americas (and some include Australasia) - discovered after the end of the fifteenth century, provided the Old World with foods hitherto unknown there, such as potatoes, tomatoes, corn (maize) and avocados.