Europeans used the cheese earlier than thought

According to British newspaper the Independent, a new study has confirmed that people who lived in the stone age in Northern Europe, prepared and ate the cheese even more than seven thousand years ago.

On an archaeological object located in Poland, the scientists were able to find on ancient ceramics chemical residue left after processing of milk. This discovery allowed scientists to conclude that our ancestors marked the beginning of the experiments with milk earlier than previously thought by many.

According to Melanie of Silk, one of those who witnessed the opening, traces of which remained on the strainers, very similar to the present device, used for the manufacture of cheese, and therefore, may be direct evidence of cheese making.

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