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Birds that are domesticated to eat or [[hunt]] (to eat).
 
Birds that are domesticated to eat or [[hunt]] (to eat).
  
These Birds were a popular dish in medieval cuisine - in later period, fowls were considered more suitable for human digestion than 'gross' meats such as beef.
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It has been said that [[medieval]] people would eat anything with [[wing]]s.  These [[bird]]s were a popular dish in medieval cuisine - in later period, fowls were considered more suitable for human digestion than 'gross' meats such as beef.
  
 
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*[[chicken]]  
 
*[[chicken]]  
 
*[[duck]]
 
*[[duck]]
*[[meat]] - includes a list of birds eaten as such
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*[[meat]] - see [[animal]]s a list of birds eaten as such
 
*[[swan]]
 
*[[swan]]
  
 
[[category:food]]
 
[[category:food]]

Revision as of 06:24, 6 October 2006

Birds that are domesticated to eat or hunt (to eat).

It has been said that medieval people would eat anything with wings. These birds were a popular dish in medieval cuisine - in later period, fowls were considered more suitable for human digestion than 'gross' meats such as beef.

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