Holy Cow! First Cheesemakers Date Back 7,500 Years
The first direct signs of cheesemaking now seen in potsherds from Poland may help reveal how animal milk dramatically shaped the genetics of Europe, scientists reported today (Dec. 12).
Although cheese may just seem to be a topping on pizza or a companion to wine, it may have shaped the evolution of Europeans, researchers say. Cheese evolved after the development of dairy farming, which helped people take advantage of animal milk, a highly nutritious food one can sustainably procure.
If I heard correctly through my sleep, NPR this morning suggested that the discovery of how to make cheese may have helped humans survive long enough to perfect farming techniques. So maybe more fundamental than building city states. Building agrarian society.
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