10 Of The Most Interesting Ancient Foods

Maccu

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This dish made by some ingredient like boiled fava beans, spices, and herbs and added some olive oil to the mixture you can also eat this with snack this is the very old dish.

Moretum

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moretum is a roam dish mixture of various bread.  peasant collected ingredients from his land (garlic, herbs, and butter). They made this dish when they are singing together and dance.

 

Shrikhand

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shrikhand contained spices,  sugar, and nuts. In Indian people preferred this in breakfast in north India , this is the long process made by curd is a special ingredient.

Tamales

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Tamales took on a religious connotation and parts of offering food to the god. Catholic Church banned tamales and amaranth and punished those people who made this.

 

‘Black Soup’

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Spartans of ancient Greece really like this food.  “Black soup”  broth eaten by soldiers in the army. it was only eaten for sustenance, Made from boiled pigs’ pork, blood, and vinegar.

Acquacotta

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Acquacotta is a peasant’s dish came from western coastal  Italy. Literally translated as “cooked water, relatively simple soup amde with unsalted bread, vegetables and herbs.

 

Tharida

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Arab soup dating at the time of Muhammad this dish Created by a very famous group Ghassanids, made with some special ingredient stewed meat, bread crumbs, and broth and this dish becoming increasingly popular among Muslim Arabs.

 

Cantal Cheese

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Papadzules

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Columbian papadzules is a traditional dish from  Yucatan Peninsula made by the Maya and consists of preferable corn, tortillas dipped in pumpkin sauce. hard-boiled eggs are placed in the tortilla wrapped in drenched in a tomato sauce.

 

 

Harissa

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Tunisian hot sauce of the same name so don’t harissa is a traditional dish confuse this is a ritual dish popular during the festival and religious day made from wheat and chicken or lamb and part of its cherished value in Armenian culture.

 

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