Living Long Ago: Food and Eating
This book is packed with fascinating details about what people in the past ate and how they grew, prepared and cooked their food. With the help of cartoon characters and clear illustrations you can find out, for example, what a Roman kitchen looked like and what sailors ate 400 years ago.
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