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Many basic variations of cooking utensils available today, such as frying pans , pots , kettles , and waffle irons , already existed, although they were often too expensive for poorer households. The most prevalent butcher's meats were pork , chicken and other domestic fowl ; beef , which required greater investment in land, was less common. The entire household, including servants, would ideally dine together. Retrieved from " https: Meats were more expensive than plant foods. By the High Middle Ages breweries in the fledgling medieval towns of northern Germany began to take over production.


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