What Medieval Junk Food Was Like (2022)
“What was medieval junk food like? If you’re picturing knights eating Big Macs and Twinkies, you’re not far off from the truth. Just substitute a meat pie for the Big Mac and a funnel cake for the Twinkies, and you’ll have a good idea of what medieval people bought on the street. But knights didn’t ride their horses to medieval drive-throughs. Instead, medieval junk food usually catered to the poorest people and travelers.”– Weird History
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About Weird History
“Welcome to the chronicles of history that your social studies class never covered in high school. This is for the extreme, the unexpected, the untold and the flat-out weird parts of history. Because as weird as people seem today, we don’t hold a candle to history.”
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