Chestnut Rice and Pickles. This was actually my dinner. I live a decadent life.

Food List of Warring States Samurai: What they had and lacked.

Vegetables
Had: Burdock, Daikon Radish, Shiitake, Matsutake Mushroom, Root Veggies (Taro), Green Onion, Garlic Chive, Soybean, Adzuki Bean, Perilla Melon, Spinach, Angelica Parsley, and many others.
Lacked: Chinese Cabbage (Began to be fully cultivated after the Russo-Japanese War), Sweet Potato (Began to be cultivated at Tanegashima after the start of the Edo Period), Potato (There are records of their cultivation during the latter part of the Edo Period)
Seafood
Had: Sardine, Mackerel, Sea Bream, Salmon, Octopus, Squid, Loach, Orient Clam, Shijimi Clam, Abalone, Oyster, Seaweed, and many others.
Lacked: Fugu (Prohibited as a food from the Muromachi Period until the Meiji Period when Itou Hirobumi gave a special order)
Grains
Had: White Rice, Brown Rice, Wheat, Udon Noodles, Rice Bran, Japanese Millet, Italian Millet, etc.
Limited: Buckwheat (In this period, it was eaten as buckwheat dumplings or buckwheat mash)
Meat
Had: Boar, Deer, Pheasent, Crane, Rabbit, Racoon Dog, etc.
Lacked: Chicken, Horse, Cow (excepted Takayama Ukon and his ilk)
Fruit
Had: Persimmon, Chestnut, Peach, Pear, Chinse Plum, Apricot, Japanese Plum, Walnut, Loquat, etc.
Manufactured Foodstuff
Had: Natto, Tofu, Umeboshi, Salt Fish, Pickles, Kinako, etc.
Condiments
Had: Miso, Salt, Rice Yeast, Sake, Sugar, etc.
Limited: Soy Sauce (First makes an apperance in the “Setsuyou-shuu Ekirin-hon” published in 1597. Maybe the latter Warring States Period had it?)

戦国武士の食材リスト―あったもの、なかったもの
野菜
有:ごぼう、大根、しいたけ、松茸、いも(里芋)、ねぎ、ニラ、大豆、小豆、しそ瓜、ホウレンソウ、アシタバなど多数
無:白菜(本格的に栽培が始まったのは日露戦争ごろから)、さつまいも(種子島で栽培が始まったのは江戸時代になって以降)、じゃがいも(栽培の記録があるのは江戸時代後期以降)
魚介類
有:鰯、鯖、鯛、鮭、蛸、烏賊、どじょう、はまぐり、しじみ、あわび、かき、海藻類など多数
無:ふぐ(室町時代以降、明治期に伊藤博文が特令を出すまで食用が禁止されていた)
穀類
有:白米、玄米、麦、うどん、ぬか、ひえ、あわなど
△:そば(この時代はそば饅頭、そばがきとして食べた)
肉類
有:イノシシ、シカ、キジ、ツル、ウサギ、タヌキなど
無:ニワトリ、ウマ、ウシ(高山右近らは例外)
くだもの
有:柿、栗、桃、梨、梅、杏、すもも、くるみ、びわなど
加工食品
有:納豆、豆腐、梅干、塩辛、香の物、きな粉など
調味料
有:味噌、塩、麹、酒、砂糖など
△:醤油(1597年刊行の「節用集易林本」に初めて登場。戦国後期からか?)

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