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What drinks did the pilgrims drink?


  1. What drinks did the pilgrims drink?
  2. What did the Pilgrims actually eat?
  3. What did the Pilgrims eat on a daily basis?
  4. What did Pilgrims drink on the Mayflower?
  5. Did pilgrims drink alcohol?
  6. Did the Pilgrims drink alcohol?
  7. Did the Pilgrims drink tea?
  8. Did the pilgrims drink water?
  9. What food did the Pilgrims eat on the ship?
  10. What kind of alcohol did Pilgrims drink?
  11. How did the Pilgrims cook their food?

What drinks did the pilgrims drink?

“What the pilgrims drank was fermented apple juice, or what we call hard cider. And that's because it was something they were used to drinking back in England. Cider was very, very popular in Europe and they were lucky – several varieties of apples are native to America,” said Pearce.

What did the Pilgrims actually eat?

So, to the question “What did the Pilgrims eat for Thanksgiving,” the answer is both surprising and expected. Turkey (probably), venison, seafood, and all of the vegetables that they had planted and harvested that year—onions, carrots, beans, spinach, lettuce, and other greens. Was it good?

What did the Pilgrims eat on a daily basis?

So what did the Pilgrims eat and drink while on their journey to the New World? They most likely had dried meat and fish, cheese, dried fruit, biscuits, grains, flour, and dried beans and peas.

What did Pilgrims drink on the Mayflower?

Due to the unsafe drinking water, passengers on the Mayflower drank beer as a main hydration source — each person was rationed a gallon per day.

Did pilgrims drink alcohol?

"The Pilgrims — men, women, and children — were all impaired a great deal of the time," Cheever writes. That's because they drank about a gallon of beer a day — and ultimately it had an effect on their place in history.

Did the Pilgrims drink alcohol?

"The Pilgrims — men, women, and children — were all impaired a great deal of the time," Cheever writes. That's because they drank about a gallon of beer a day — and ultimately it had an effect on their place in history.

Did the Pilgrims drink tea?

Tea was certainly not on board the Mayflower when Pilgrims landed in Plymouth, Massachusetts in 1620, but it was used to a limited extent in the colony as early as 1670.

Did the pilgrims drink water?

The History of Pilgrims Although they had no understanding of pathogens and bacteria, the English knew that drinking plain water made them sick. Therefore, the English, including the Pilgrims, avoided drinking water, instead choosing beer and occasionally wine as their drink of choice — even for the children.

What food did the Pilgrims eat on the ship?

How much food did the Pilgrims take with them on the Mayflower? The passengers brought dried meat and fish, grains and flour, dried fruit, cheese, hard biscuits, and other foods with them. They had to eat the food they brought until they could plant and harvest a garden.

What kind of alcohol did Pilgrims drink?

Beer, cider and spirits, with alcohol levels that kept bacteria at bay, were safe choices. Pilgrims packing for the journey on the Mayflower, which would last 66 days, had been urged to bring provisions including beer, cider and “aqua-vitae,” or distilled spirits.

How did the Pilgrims cook their food?

One of the pots was always filled with hot water and another with soups or stews. Another pot might have been strictly used for puddings. Pilgrim cooks referred to foods eaten with a spoon as spoon meats. In England, some spoon meats had been made with flour in a cloth bag and the name for it was hasty pudding.



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