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Modern breed of sheep.

"I'm delicious! My meat can be roasted, stewed, minced and made into pies, fried or boiled. My feet can be used to create gelatine, and my brain can be fried and consumed as well.

My wool is great for being spun and used in knitting or making various fabrics, and my skin is great to sleep on!"

"I am also very popular with Vikings"

The sheep was a ubiquitous animal during the medieval period and was one of the factors that made England an important nation. Its wool was used in clothing, sailmaking, tentmaking, felting amongst others. Its meat, in the form of lamb or mutton, was one of the more common meats eaten by medieval people. Sheep milk was also used to make cheese.