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New Evidence that People Have Been Making Cheese for 7500 Years

New Evidence that People Have Been Making Cheese for 7500 Years | Archaeology of food | Scoop.it
It's cheese. CHEESE! They found cheese (well, traces of cheese — dairy fat, to be exact) in neolithic fragments of ceramic pottery dating to 5,500 B.C., and that's a big deal. It's a big deal for a few reasons.
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First European Cheese May Have Been Made Around 5000 BC - Sci-News.com

Sci-News.comFirst European Cheese May Have Been Made Around 5000 BCSci-News.com“It is truly remarkable the depth of insights into ancient human diet and food processing technologies these ancient fats preserved in archaeological ceramics are now...
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Oldest Cheese? Pottery From Poland Suggests Cheese-Making ...

Oldest Cheese? Pottery From Poland Suggests Cheese-Making ... | Archaeology of food | Scoop.it
LONDON -- Little Miss Muffet could have been separating her curds and whey 7500 years ago, according to a new study that finds the earliest solid evidence of cheese-making. Scientists performed a chemical analysis on ...
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