Food In The Renaissance Poor people had a small variety of food. For most meals, they would eat soup with lots of ingredients with bread. However, the bread didn’t have much grain since it was too expensive. They would only eat meat at feasts once or twice a month. They drank milk instead of water, since water was often filthy.
Middle class people had a much larger variety of food compared to the poor people. They could eat meats, but not very often. A food that became very popular in the Middle class was pasta.
Rich people had many things to eat. They could eat meat almost every day. Every once in awhile, they would eat fruit. Fruit was considered a luxury since the natural seasons were quite short. They would usually drink water every meal, but they could also drink wine at celebrations. …show more content…
All of this changed in the Renaissance when people started to trade with gold coins. Merchants went from town to town all around Europe trading goods. Obtaining their supply of goods from Craftspeople, also trading with gold coins. As trading became more and more popular, banks were formed as bankers exchanged currency.
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