Thursday, June 5, 2014
Eating Habits of Wood Elves
Elves do eat three meals a day along with a small meal between lunch and dinner. Breakfast is usually light, a bread and or fruit, with a light wine or water if on the trail. Lunch adds a little meat or some sort of cheese. If on the trail, elves will usually eat their version of hard tack with berries and nuts mixed in for a high protein meal. Dinner is a large affair with three courses of salads, berries, fruits and nuts. Usually a course of meat is served, as well, though it is a small portion. The small meal between lunch and dinner is often called "Relaxation". If in a city the "meal" consists of crackers, cheese and a little fruit. Richer homes have wine with the "meal" that most use as a social and rest time before the last chores of the day must be finished.