Medieval cuisine

Navigation menu


Meat, and animal products such as milk, cheese, butter and eggs, were not allowed, only fish. Even if most people respected these restrictions and usually made penance when they violated them, there were also numerous ways of circumventing them, a conflict of ideals and practice summarized by writer Bridget Ann Henisch:. One was expected to remain in one's social class and to respect the authority of the ruling classes. By comparison, the estimated population of Britain in , right before the Black Death , was only 5 million, and was a mere 3 million by ; see J. Beer was just an acceptable alternative and was assigned various negative qualities. Unlike water or beer, which were considered cold and moist, consumption of wine in moderation especially red wine was, among other things, believed to aid digestion, generate good blood and brighten the mood. Knives were used at the table, but most people were expected to bring their own, and only highly favored guests would be given a personal knife.


Again, if you don't mind the jitters and all that jazz, it may be worth your time to check out the LipoVida brand. Otherwise, Pure GCE gets my vote. Good product except the product isn't the best.

I've tried a few different brands and this isn't the worst but it's not the best. Personally I would recommend another brand.