Porridge im Gravettien

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Porridge im Gravettien

Beitragvon ulfr » 09.09.2015 09:29

"Tests conducted by a team led by Marta Mariotti Lippi of the University of Florence reveal that a stone pestle recovered from Grotta Paglicci in Apulia in the 1950s had been used to grind dried oats some 32,000 years ago. Hunter-gatherers of the Gravettian culture heated the carefully gathered grains first, a process that would help preserve them in the cool, damp climate, and make them easier to grind. The resulting powder may have been used for making porridge or bread, and it would have made the oats easier to carry."

http://www.heraldscotland.com/news/1365 ... _porridge/
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