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During Anglo-Saxon times cooking was simple but there was wild fish and and deer to eat. There were also eggs, milk and cheese. Nuts and fruit in season. Honey was used for sweetening food and for making Mead to drink. The diet appears to be wholesome and varied.

20th Aug 2006 by Diane Earl


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