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Foodstuffs at Early Islamic Period Salem Adb& Mahmood Ganem
الأطعمة والأغذية عند النبي (صلى الله عليه وسلم)

Authors: Mahmood Ganem السيد محمود غانم محمد --- Salem Adb سالم عبد علي
Journal: Adab AL Rafidayn اداب الرافدين ISSN: 03782867 Year: 2010 Issue: 58 Pages: 285-327
Publisher: Mosul University جامعة الموصل

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This paper divides the common foodstuffs at the early Islamic period into vegetables, wild vegetables and meats. Vegetables are mainly of cereals (like wheat and barley the latter was widely eaten). It also includes fruits like dates (which was the main food for the Muslim warriors due to its high nutrition value), grapes, figs, pomegranates, etc, Vegetables like melon, cucumber, oninon, and garlic, etc. (the last two are unpleasant though not for bidden). The widespread wild vegetables at that time were manna and tuffles. The paper refers to the various types of meat like veal, beef, poultry, fish. It refer, as well, to the fact that the early Muslims used to have three main meals, breakfast, lunch and supper.

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