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In the Medieval times, food had to be made by oneself. Except for the poor, the nobles had their food prepared by their servers, or workers of the house. Most people during the Middle Ages ate bread along with soup that consisted of mainly vegetables and little beef. These people were the peasants. Food came from the surrounding lands of the lord and was always prepared by the peasants or the surfs during the Middle Ages.

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