The very poorest people ate what they could find, beg for, or steal. Many ate soup and bread offered by charity "Soup Kitchens". People in the South who managed to retain jobs ate things like beans, cornbread, potatoes, oatmeal and soups. A soup called "Ox-tail soup was popular. It was made from the meat which came off of the tail of the cow, mixed with vegetables like cabbage, carrots, and potatoes. Sandwiches made with mashed beans as a substitute for meat were also popular. People who were lucky enough to obtain meat made things like meatloaf or stews in order to make the meat go further. Some people in rural areas kept a cow for milk and butter, and chickens for the eggs and meat. Anyone lucky enough to have a gun could hunt for meat- squirrel, rabbit, deer and any other game they could find were hunted when possible. People who lived near lakes or streams would try to catch fish. Many people grew their own vegetables in gardens.
many caught rats!
Some of the foods eaten during ramadan is my booty
Many ate bread and cheese because they couldn't afford meats.
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I'm doing an English paper about foods eaten during The Romantic Period and all I got was fish and chips to roast beef and bread.....
Some foods that may be eaten during a typical daily meal in Peru are alfajores, and guy. Other typical foods are llama, anticuchos, and cebiche.
Lamingtons, Pavlovas, numerous Barbecued foods, ANZAC biscuits
Pretty much what is eaten today, steaks, potatoes, fruits and veggies.
There are lots of foods that will help you with depression. Fruits and veggies are probably the best because they have been recommended by doctors, and people.
rice and dahl is mainly eaten but people eat meat and chapati's
Many people break their fast on honey cake which is traditionally eaten on Rosh Hashana and during the high holy days. There are no specific foods that are eaten after the fast, you can eat anything you like.
In France people eat crossants and pizza
Most people ate jam and bread
the main food is rice
If by taken you mean eaten, then all would be the answer.
Fried foods such as jelly donuts or potato pancakes.See also:More about Hanukkah
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these are the foods that were eaten during rationingmeatfishcheesetinned tomatoesricejamteaeggspeascanned fruitbiscuitsbreakfast cerealsmilkdried fruitcooking fat.
the foods that are mostly eaten in the Philippines reali doesnt matter
You Can eat or drink any *Halal* food after Sundown.
Hanukkah doesn't add any food restrictions.
These are customary: latkes (potato pancakes) and/or jelly-donuts.
There are no specific foods that are eaten during Tu B'shvat but there is a tradition of eating fruits and nuts.