Wine was commonly drunk and was also regarded as the most prestigious and healthy choice. The caloric content and structure of medieval diet varied over time, from region to region, and between classes. Mustard was particularly popular with meat products and was described by Hildegard of Bingen — as poor man's food. A knife was usually shared with at least one other dinner guest, unless one was of very high rank or well-acquainted with the host. Farther north, apples , pears , plums , and strawberries were more common. Fresh milk was overall less common than other dairy products because of the lack of technology to keep it from spoiling. The period between c.
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