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Bread which would be coarse for the poor and manchet (white) for the rich, cheese and lots of meat. They would drink ale or small beer with this and that would be pretty much the same for royalty and the poor however the quantity of food would be much greater if you were rich.

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fast food or fried food like chips burgers etc

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rabbit roast,roast Pork and door mice

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