Neolithic Pottery Reveals Cheese-Making from 7,500 Years Ago

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A team of scientists from Princeton University and the University of Bristol, UK, have discovered traces of dairy fat in ancient ceramic fragments, indicating that humans have been making cheese in Europe for up to 7,500 years. Early dairy farmers probably devised cheese-making as a way to preserve milk.

Read more @ SciTechDaily

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