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Bread, Cuisine of the Stone Age

Wheat grains are found on a rock which was 30 thousand years which leads to the possibility of prehistoric human beings have known of bread as a meal as opposed to the popular image of them as meat-eaters.

As quoted from the Telegraph, Monday (18/10), while the assumption is that these early humans using plant roots similar to potatoes to later be ground into flour and made like dough. The dough is then baked on a stone on which they set resembles a furnace.

"What they make is like a flat bread, like a pancake dough using only water and flour," said Laura Longo, one team of researchers from the Institute of prehistoric Italy. The prehistoric humans are known to also consume cereals, vegetables and fruits to meet their daily diet.


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