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T h is D utch picture differs litde from that o f England. During the sixteenth 24 FOOD AND DRINK century the meat-supply hardly changed. Between about 1530 and 1640 wages rose in value far more slowly than the prices o f food, so that the mass o f the people were less well fed during most o f this period. Beans, some salted meat, bread, fish, cheese, a little bacon, and some game formed their diet; the pre carious balance o f their lives was easily upset by famines and epidemics. T h e towns had fair supplies o f butter, meat, white bread, and fruit, and an increasing quantity o f vegetables and fresh fish.
A History of Technology by Charles Singer et al (eds)