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Breads made of orache and bran, fried in machine oil, were used as food in besieged Leningrad
Breads made of orache and bran, fried in machine oil, were used as food in besieged Leningrad

A famine food or poverty food is any inexpensive or readily available food used to nourish people in times of hunger and starvation, whether caused by extreme poverty such as during economic depression; by natural disasters, such as drought; or by war or genocide.

Foods associated with famine need not be nutritionally deficient, or unsavoury. People who eat famine food in large quantity over a long period of time become averse to it over time. In time of relative affluence, this particular food become the target of social stigma and rejection.

The characterization of a foodstuff as "famine" or "poverty" food is primarily social. For example lobster and other crustaceans may be considered poverty food in some societies and luxury food in others depending on periods.

Examples

A number of foodstuffs have been strongly associated with famine, war, or times of hardship throughout history:

See also

References

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