Grains and fats

Grains and fats


The Ancient Romans would eat many grains, because grains were the main sustenance for any meal. Salted breads, porridge, and pancakes were common breakfast foods. Cereals were made into bread and porridge. Bread was the single most eaten food by the Romans. Grains was so important that they imported it from all over the empire, because corn was the base of all meals. The Ancient Romans also had to make due with the fat that they could get. The fats that they would use would be from oils, such as olive oil.

By Steven Fitzpatrick

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