Stone Age Chefs Spiced Up Food Even 6...

Stone Age Chefs Spiced Up Food Even 6,000 Years Ago

There are 1 comment on the New Hampshire Public Radio - story from Aug 22, 2013, titled Stone Age Chefs Spiced Up Food Even 6,000 Years Ago. In it, New Hampshire Public Radio - reports that:

Prehistoric Deer Stew? A fragment of pottery found in Neustadt, Germany, is coated in the microscopic remains of crushed mustard seeds and roasted fish and ruminant meat, possibly deer.

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#1 Aug 22, 2013
Quick, rewrite the Bible: And Adam said let's pick garlic mustard.

P.S. In the Middle East, they were already making sandwiches and washng down the meal with beer or wine, LOL.

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