Ancient Egyptian farmers used to grow and in most years saw a magnificent harvest of,
- Cereal (barley and emmer wheat, which could be used to make bread, cakes and beer).
- Vegetables (beans, lentils, onions, garlic, leeks, lettuces and cucumbers),
- Fruits (including grapes, figs and dates.
Likewise, people ask, what are the main crops grown in Egypt?
- M. EI-Sherif.
- Cereals. Rice is one of the major field crops, grown on nearly 500 000 feddans, and is considered the second most important export crop after cotton.
- Fibre crops.
- Sugar crops.
- Food legumes.
- Forage crops.
What grows next to the Nile River?
The lotus and the papyrus plants, for instance, were (and are) very common in Egypt. Papyrus is a kind of reed which grows in wetlands along the banks of the Nile River. Date palms grew all over Egypt, and other palms that people used to make palm oil -.
What kind of food is grown in Egypt?
A variety of vegetables were grown and eaten by the ancient Egyptians including onions, leeks, garlic, beans, lettuce, lentils, cabbages, radishes and turnips. Fruit including dates, figs, plums and melons were eaten for dessert.
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