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Norman peasants ate a lot of bread which was made from a rye grain. The ate stews with vegetables, berries, and nuts. They ate very little meat as doing so could have them punished by their lords.

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Beef, pork and venison - which the English peasants had to hunt or farm for their masters (but never eat) under the name of cattle, pigs and stags.LOL HAHAHA :3

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