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Ale contained water, malted barley, herbs and spices, no hops (unlike today), and had a short shelf life.

Beer was like ale except it was brewed with hops, was lighter and clearer than ale, and kept longer than ale because of hops (which made beer cheaper than ale).

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Vegetables that people ate in the Elizabethan Era were garlic, peas, asparagus, spinach, eggplant, cabbage, onions, carrots, leeks, lettuce, mustard, endive, celery, lentils, parsnips, artichokes, radishes, broad beans, beets, and turnips.

Fruits and nuts that were eaten in Elizabethan England were apricots, melons, sesame, wardons, almonds, strawberries, apples, plums, quinces, sloes, currants, oranges, dates, limes, grapes, prunes, gooseberries, figs, olives, mulberries, pomegranates, cherries, hazelnuts, walnuts, and raisins.

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Domestic animals that people ate in Elizabethan England were beef, veal, chicken, pork, duck, goat, rabbit, swan, goose, pigeon, doves, and peacock.

Wild animals that were eaten during the Elizabethan Era were quail, bustard, curlew, plover, cormorant, badger, hedgehog, heron, crane, pheasant, woodcock, deer, boar, and rabbit/coney.

The types of fish that people ate back then were eels, pike, trout, sturgeon, cod, haddock, ling, conger, roche, plaice, carp, salmon, porpoise, and perch.

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People ate two meals a day. Dinner was around 11:00am to 12:00pm and supper was around 5:00pm to 6:00pm. Breakfast wasn't considered a meal. Eating right after you wake up in the morning was simply referred to as breaking a fast.

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Alchin, Linda. "Elizabethan Food." Elizabethan Era. Siteseen, 2015. Web. 7 Jan. 2015.

Bruns, Roger A., and Arthur M. Schlesinger. Julius Caesar. New York: Chelsea, 1987. Facts on File History Online. Web. 10 Jan. 2015.

Cooked chicken. Elizabethan Era Daily Life: Food, Education, Marriage, Family, Fashion. St. Rosemary Educational Institution, 2015. Web. 13 Jan. 2015.

Elizabethan Ale. Food and Drink - Sockett Period E Assignment Website. Weebly, n.d. Web. 12 Jan. 2015.

Elizabethan Bread. PugsEnglish-todnt. Tangient, 2015. Web. 13 Jan. 2015.

Elizabethan Food and Drinks (9ENG). Youtube. justinlikespienot, 22 Aug. 2012. Web. 15 Jan. 2015.

"Food in the Elizabethan Era." The Golden Age 1558-1603. Wix, n.d. Web. 15 Jan. 2015.

Forgeng, Jeffrey L. Daily Life in Elizabethan England. 2nd ed. Santa Barbara: Greenwood, 2010. Print.

"Fresh Strawberries HD Wallpaper Widescreen." Fresh Strawberries HD Wallpaper Widescreen. High Quality PC Dekstop Full HD Wallpapers,, 2014. Web. 15 Jan. 2015.

Fruit and vegetables grown on-site are served at Walmer Castle in Kent and Audley End in Essex. Fabulous Food: Autumn Tearoom Treats. English Heritage, 20 Sept. 2012. Web. 13 Jan. 2015.

Matterer, James L. "Gode Cookery." Gode Cookery. Netscape, 3 Apr. 2013. Web. 10 Jan. 2015.

Ross, Maggi. "Of Bread and Wine." Life in Elizabethan England. N.p., 25 Mar. 2008. Web. 8 Jan. 2015.

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In a wealthy meal, there are several courses that each include multiple dishes. Cheese and fruits were served at the end of the meal. Sweets were included in each course instead of at the end of the meal like today.

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People in Elizabethan England mostly drank ale, beer, and wine because water was not healthy due to poor sanitation in cities and natural impurities in country water. The nobles drank all of the alcoholic drinks but the poor only drank ale and beer because wine was expensive.

Food and Drink in Elizabethan England

Ale contained water, malted barley, herbs and spices, no hops (unlike today), and had a short shelf life. Beer was like ale except it was brewed with hops, was lighter and clearer than ale, and kept longer than ale because of hops (which made beer cheaper than ale).

Ale and Beer

What People Drank

Vegetables that people ate in the Elizabethan Era were garlic, peas, asparagus, spinach, eggplant, cabbage, onions, carrots, leeks, lettuce, mustard, endive, celery, lentils, parsnips, artichokes, radishes, broad beans, beets, and turnips. Fruits and nuts that were eaten in Elizabethan England were apricots, melons, sesame, wardons, almonds, strawberries, apples, plums, quinces, sloes, currants, oranges, dates, limes, grapes, prunes, gooseberries, figs, olives, mulberries, pomegranates, cherries, hazelnuts, walnuts, and raisins.

Domestic animals that people ate in Elizabethan England were beef, veal, chicken, pork, duck, goat, rabbit, swan, goose, pigeon, doves, and peacock. Wild animals that were eaten during the Elizabethan Era were quail, bustard, curlew, plover, cormorant, badger, hedgehog, heron, crane, pheasant, woodcock, deer, boar, and rabbit/coney. The types of fish that people ate back then were eels, pike, trout, sturgeon, cod, haddock, ling, conger, roche, plaice, carp, salmon, porpoise, and perch.

Meat and Fish

Vegetables, Fruits, and Nuts

People ate two meals a day. Dinner was around 11:00am to 12:00pm and supper was around 5:00pm to 6:00pm. Breakfast wasn't considered a meal. Eating right after you wake up in the morning was simply referred to as breaking a fast.

Daily Meals

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In a wealthy meal, there are several courses that each include multiple dishes. Cheese and fruits were served at the end of the meal. Sweets were included in each course instead of at the end of the meal like today.

A Normal Wealthy Meal

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Food during the Elizabethan Era was prepared by spit roasting, baking, boiling, smoking, salting, or being fried.

How Food was Prepared

Cooks in Elizabethan England used several of the same foodstuffs and food preperation as today.Medieval society was capable of developing recipes that included fine meats, grains, fruits, and vegetables.

Cooking Similarites in the Elizabethan Era and Now

Some Elizabethan snack foods were marzipan/marchpane (sweetened and colored almond paste usually made into elaborate shapes), gingerbread, fruit pies (thickened with almond milk and sweetened with sugar) sweet cakes, puddings, daryole (custard pie), pretzels, and bagels.

Snack Foods

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What drinks did they drink in the Elizabethan era? ›

Elizabethan Drink

Water was not clean in the Middle Ages and people therefore drank wine and ale. The rich drank both and the poor just drank ale. Honey was used to make a sweet alcoholic drink called mead which was drunk by all classes. Wine was generally imported although some fruit wines were produced in England.

What were some of the typical foods and drink of the Elizabethan era? ›

The First Course: Pottage or stewed broth; boiled meat or stewed meat, chickens and bacon, powdered [salted] beef, pies, goose, pig, roasted beef, roasted veal, custard. The Second Course: Roasted lamb, roasted capons, roasted conies [rabbit], chickens, peahens, baked venison, tart.

What types of food and drink did the poor consume? ›

Barley, oats and rye were eaten by the poor. Wheat was for the governing classes. These were consumed as bread, porridge, gruel and pasta by all of society's members. Fava beans and vegetables were important supplements to the cereal-based diet of the lower orders.

What did kids drink Elizabethan times? ›

Children drinking
  • kids would normally drink the same type of alcohol as their parents did.
  • there's was usually diluted with water so it wasn't as harsh.
  • on average they would drink 1 gallon of alcohol a day.

What was the Elizabethan era known for? ›

The Elizabethan age is considered to be a time of English renaissance that inspired national pride through classical ideals, international expansion, and naval triumph. This English Renaissance saw the flowering of poetry, music and literature.

What did Queen Elizabeth 1 like to eat? ›

Simply cooked meat and vegetables lead the way, with space for pheasant or venison should the Queen wish. Of course, Queen Elizabeth loves a Sunday roast just as much as anyone else. Along with chocolate, the Queen enjoys some strawberries or peaches for dessert.

Do poor people eat less healthy? ›

Low-income households tend to eat less nutritious diets than other households. On average, they do not meet Federal recommendations for consumption of fruit, vegetables, whole grains, and low-fat dairy products, and they consume fewer servings of these nutritious foods than other households.

How does income affect nutritional health? ›

Families with low income generally eat a less nutritious diet than those with a higher income, either because they cannot afford enough food or because they eat foods that are nutritionally poor.

How poverty affects health and nutrition? ›

Poverty leads to financial constraints that in turn lead to the consumption of cheap, high-energy staple foods, primarily carbohydrates, and fats rather than nutritionally dense food. Through the consumption of carbohydrates and fats, energy levels spike; but nutritional quality becomes compromised.

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