The Han ancestors grazing everywhere nail central.

The Han ancestors grazing everywhere nail central. The field hunts for food. The emperor is not bad for the soldiers, the army has no grain, and the soldiers and horses have not moved the grain first. China has many epigrams about the importance of military food nail central. Whenever and wherever, soldiers can only wear heavy equipment and march in battle if they eat well and sleep well. Hunting in Shangchaotian is a major source of military food. Shang Daitian hunting is very large, and hundreds of people can get hundreds of beast animals at a time. Oracle recorded a field hunting, and the merchants received 451 deer nail central. After the semi-agricultural and semi-pastoral life in the Xia, Shang and Zhou Dynasties, after the Warring States period, the Han nationality officially became a farming nation. Grains and some vegetables of low quality became ordinary people and the main diet of the army nail central. Millet, commonly known as the valley, is called millet after shelling. Most of the time, the ancient Chinese army was the standard of millet plus knife and spear. The Qin Dynasty is rich, and the millet is like a hill, and the world is 10 times richer. Qin Lucai dared to record that there are granitic granules everywhere in the Qin State. It is necessary to add various wild vegetables, wild fruits, beans and even meat porridge in the porridge nail central. As soon as the army arrived at the meal, they set up a pot of leeks to drink. Only the porridge at that time was very thick and called thick. Secondly, Xiaomi is very easy to preserve. According to the Tang Dynasty literature nail central, millet can be kept for 9 years, while rice can only be used for 5 years. In fact, millet can be kept for a longer period of time. After 20 years of dying, the grain left in Chang’an can be eaten. Tasks such as standing guards, one third of the millet in the morning and evening. The Han army stipulated that soldiers engaged in heavy physical activity, 2 stones, 9 buckets, 3 liters of grain, and 3 liters of salt per month. The Tang Dynasty stipulated that a soldier sent 2 liters of grain a day as a ration. The Ming army invented the perforated biscuits, each of them can carry a string of cakes, marching to fight the big cakes and rice and become the staple food of the Song and Ming army. Generally speaking, the food of the big cakes is very late to become military food. The army generally prefers dry food and cooked food as rations. During the Tang and Song Dynasties, the biscuits became a ration. In the Tang Dynasty, it was possible to fight against the abbots, the returning monks, and other northern and northwest nomadic peoples, and to establish a cavalry unit with a diet. Fresh meat and vegetables are scarce in the military camp, and the staple foods of the soldiers are mainly two, miso and pickles. The sauce has been in China for at least 4,000 years, and Zhou Tianzi’s recipes include the record of “there are hundreds of sauces”. The banquet recipe includes one person 2 liters of wine, 2 pounds of beef, 5 white rice, 2 crepes, 1 steamed bread, and 1 steamed cake.