There were no supermarkets or shops to buy food so the celts ate what food they could grow or hunt.
Vegetables e.g. leeks, onions, turnips, parsnips and carrots.
Wild nuts e.g. hazelnuts and walnuts.
Berries e.g. gooseberries, blackberries and blueberries.
Grains to make bread and also porridge
Herbs e.g. fennel, common sorrel, wild garlic, parsley
Leaves e.g. nettles and spinach
Wild animals e.g. deer, wild boar, fox, beaver, and bear.
Fish e.g. trout, mackerel, and salmon.
Domesticated animals e.g. chicken, goat, sheep and pigs.
Eggs from hens and wild birds eggs.
Honey from bees