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Vikings food

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Fri, 08 Dec
5pm - 8:30pm

Tauranga Night Market

Tauranga Race Course
1383 Cameron Road, Tauranga
Sun, 17 Dec
9am - 1pm

Te Aroha's Country Market

Boyd Park grandstand, Te Aroha, Stanley ave

Food in the Viking Era

Cereals: Barley, wheat, oats and rye, millet, and buckwheat

Grains were ground into meal and flour in circular stone querns, and could then be used for making breads. Other grass plants, such as flax, black bindweed, pale pesicaria, hemp, and gold-of-pleasure were cultivated or collected for their oily seeds. These were added to pottage to add essential oil to the diet. Seeds from wild cabbage, charlock, white goosefoot, flax, corn spurrey, and knotgrass were also used for this purpose.

Food in the Viking Era